After a devastating year for the South Korean tech giant, the dedicated support for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge has renewed the faith of its users. While the Nougat update for the flagship devices is finally on its way, the fan base is on the edge of their seats with the latest Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks.
Finding out the specs and early design aspects of a smartphone is not unheard of these days, especially because the S7 and S7 Edge were leaked last year as well. And while there have been multiple reports which contradict the appearance and features of the Galaxy S8, there are some confirming factors to note.
While the official release date is allegedly marked down for April 18, the Galaxy S8 leaks by a case manufacturer are available and set to be based on actual schematics. If the pictures are to be taken seriously, Samsung is adding more edge to the bezel-less design and pushed out the icon home key that has been around since the Samsung Galaxy S2.
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Unlike the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, the fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S8 is expected to be under the glass, right where the Samsung logo should be. Another interesting aspect of the Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks is that the 3D rendering shows speaker grills on the bottom as well as on the top, which could indicate stereo speakers.
Finally, it was a pleasant sight for the eyes to see the 3.5mm headphone jack still in place, which is contrary to what some of the earlier reports suggested. Since Samsung already gave in to the USB Type-C design for the Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy A 2017, the Galaxy S8 should hopefully follow the same path.
Have you heard of any crazy new addition to the Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks we have put forward? Do share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section down below.
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