Mar 28, 2017 04:16 AM EDT
With just two days to go for Samsung to officially announce its next flagship - the Samsung Galaxy S8, more leak images have reportedly stormed on the internet, yet again. The Samsung S8 has been regarded as "the most leaked device of all time" by many critics, and it doesn't take long to acknowledge that since new details keep on emerging in weekly basis since last year.
The new images captured the detailed appearance of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and giving fans a very clear view of how the next Samsung flagship would look like. Let's do some analysis based on the tweeted images below.
These images show the device with the display being turned on and unlocked, together with its locked display. As rumored, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will not be having the generic physical button which featured on all of the previous Samsung devices. If you look closely at the right edge of the screen, you will notice that there is a tiny white line, which is similar to the edge function found in the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
The bezels also seem to be really thin. The power button (lock key) is placed on the right-hand side of the body, while the volume buttons are located on the left side. There is also a small button located below the volume button, which probably use to launch the brand new Bixby, Samsung's version of Siri.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 has moved the fingerprint scanner to its rear side, together with the heart rate sensor and the LED flash. The Galaxy S8 will be made out of metal and glass, which is easily noticeable on the images that leaked. Both the phone's front and back side will be curved, and the phone should fit in your hand nicely because of the curved back side, though it will probably be extremely slippery, as glass-made phones usually are.
With all of these leak images appeared on the internet, fans can finally experience the real deal soon. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to be the best android phone for 2017, and potentially win over the Apple iPhone 8 which is rumored to be announced later this year.
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