Samsung Galaxy S8 live image leaked exposing both front and rear side

Samsung Galaxy S8

The live images of Samsung Galaxy S8 has been leaked via Slashleaks, which features not only front side but also the rear side. Interestingly, the Samsung Galaxy S8 has been wrapped inside a ribbed case. Moreover, the date and time on the handset are referred to as August 2, 12:45. The bottom portion has been erased deliberately. We expect the integration of a fingerprint scanner along with physical navigation buttons on the display.

Samsung Galaxy S8

If you compare the previously leaked images, the latest image reveals the same bezel-free design alongside a single camera on the rear with a fingerprint sensor. Moreover, we can also clearly visualize a LED flash paired with a heart rate monitor. Since here is no official confirmation, you should accept the fact only with a pinch of salt.

The leaked specifications of Samsung Galaxy S8+ via Evan Blass aka @evleaks reveals the presence of a 6.2-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, 12MP Dual Pixel rear camera, 8MP front-facing snapper loaded with Android. There is no specific information about the Android version but we expect it should be that of Android Nougat.

Furthermore, the handset will provide support for dust and water-resistant via IP68 technology, Iris scanner, Samsung Knox and Wireless charging. Samsung will not bundle charging pad but it is sold separately. The earphones expected to be integrated with the upcoming smartphone will be powered by AKG.

Although Samsung will announce the smartphone at MWC 2017, the actual launch event will take place in March followed by the general availability on April 21. The delay is due to the rigorous testing of the phone since the company is not in a position to face another debacle like Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

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