Amazing Samsung Galaxy S8 hands-on pics available already

Samsung Galaxy S8 render based on the leaks. Image credit Benjamin Geskin

They show a device with curved displays and minimal bezels at the top and bottom which fall in line with earlier leaks and renderings. It looked similar to its previous version Samsung Galaxy S7 edge device.

Images and hands-on videos of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus have leaked out several times in recent weeks, and now, there are even more leaked images that seemingly show the device.

Let's not also forget that the Samsung Galaxy S8 are reportedly IP68 certified for dust and water resistance, and the cameras are rumored to consist of 12MP Dual Pixel cameras. The bigger 6.2-inch display variant will be dubbed as the Galaxy S8+ while the smaller 5.8-inch variant will be called the Galaxy S8. The new leaked images also offer a glimpse of the company's new UX and the always on display. While the company has remained tight-lipped on its plans, a slew of Galaxy S8 rumors have surfaced of late pointing to Samsung's plans. The Handsets will hit the market by April. While lots of speculations have been popping up over the last few weeks regarding the upcoming flagships, a number of supposed leaked photos have also made rounds. The home button is gone, as has been previously reported, and there doesn't appear to be any Samsung branding on the front of the phone.

This is no surprise as Samsung has said in the past that they are looking to make the edge display as the identity of their flagship smartphone line.

"On March 29, Samsung Electronics will unveil the newest Galaxy as part of its endeavor to unbox your phone". The first one was the new Samsung Gear VR headset. It is hard to tell at this point. Samsung's S8 is said to have 6GB of RAM 256 GB of ROM. Samsung is also looking to bring out the new virtual Assistant Bixby.

While Samsung is planning to move the fingerprint sensor to the back of the device, it still needs a replacement for its physical buttons in order to help you move your way around the software.

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