Feb 22, 2017 04:06 AM EST
There are some few leaks that occurred with the Samsung Galaxy S8. Various reports have been giving users a sneak peek at Samsung's flagship phone of the year, with its redesigned front and rear.
Unfortunately for people hyped up on the phone, there has not been any seen leaked images so far of Samsung Galaxy S8 that is undoctored. Because of the popularity and the anticipation for this device, users are filtering and separating real leaks from the fake ones.
But this one could be the real deal for people waiting for Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks. In a series of photos posted by GSM Arena, the leaked images could even be the Galaxy S8+.
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The leaked photos are consistent with the rumors released about the Samsung Galaxy S8. There is no physical home button, the display stretches from edge to edge and it flaunts a subtle yet noticeable curve. To top it all, the topmost portion of the phone has the correct amount of 'cutouts' for the front camera, the iris scanner, and other sensors reported. But what really is intriguing with the leak is the fact that it's the first time people would get to see the on-screen buttons. These on-screen buttons would allow its users to navigate throughout the interference.
Leaked images of Samsung Galaxy S8 leave little to the imagination - Android Authority (blog) https://t.co/QE1IA6YT4f pic.twitter.com/VxpsvowEr3 — Android Live (@AndroidNewsLive) February 21, 2017
Phone Arena posted an article saying the back button, as a tradition for the Samsung smartphones, is positioned to the right, which marks their identity from other smartphones. The Apps edge interface, which is inherited from the predecessor Galaxy S7 edge, is also in the anticipated Samsung Galaxy S8.
The Apps edge interface has the shortcuts to apps and other features which the users will find useful. The Verge posted that there is few glimpse of the Always-on Display feature of the phone in some of the leaked photos. Stay tuned to DroidReport for your daily dose of tech news.
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