There is no argument over the fact that Samsung is a brand name that builds some of the highest selling, premium smartphones available in the market every year. Having said that, it should go without saying that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is currently one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2017. While there has not been an official update regarding the appearance and features of the smartphone, how would you like to take a sneak peek at least a month before you are supposed to see the actual phone? If so, then you have landed on the right page.
Here it is. An all-new Samsung Galaxy S8, a picture that has been leaked by Evan Blass, a name that you perhaps have heard a lot in the world of smartphone leaks since the professional leaker is involved in almost all of the major smartphone leaks from all over the world. This is what somewhat adds to the credibility of the leak for those of you who saw the given picture of the Samsung Galaxy S8 with sheer cynicism.
As evident from the picture, the Samsung Galaxy S8 certainly looks like a Galaxy phone that has been redesigned and improved. While there are no physical buttons available at the bottom of the screen, the wrap-around screen as observed in its predecessor is clearly visible in the picture. In hopes of improving the single hand usage, Samsung has apparently decided to reduce the bezel both at the top of the screen as well as at the bottom of it.
It is indispensable to mention here, however, that information regarding the software of the smartphone as well as its casing has not been made available by the professional leaker, Mr. Evan Blass. But it is to be kept in mind that there is still a month before the phone finally hits the market which means an ample amount of time for the professional leakers to come up with further information regarding an all new Samsung Galaxy S8.
The timing of the leak, as well as the original release of the smartphone, is quite interesting this year, to say the least. For the previous three flagship Galaxy models, Samsung chose the Mobile World Congress to be an event for the launch. This year, however, two of the latest tablets only were introduced in the market in MWC 2017 while it was made public that Samsung will hold a dedicated event towards the end of March in NYC for the launch of Galaxy S8. It won’t be wrong to state that while Samsung did manage to keep the charm of MWC 2017 with the introduction of two of its tablets, a significant part of it was lost since the most anticipated smartphone of 2017, the Samsung Galaxy S8 was not released. This is all that has been leaked about the Galaxy S8 so far. We’ll keep your posted if anything else comes up. Until then, all eyes on the original release of the smartphone in the international market.