New videos reveal Samsung Galaxy S8 & Galaxy S8+ in action

Samsung just yesterday at their star studded event at the Mobile World Congress confirmed the dates on which they will be unveiling their S-series flagship. The Korean tech giant will hold two dedicated events across the globe in New York and London to announce Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ on 29th March. Well Galaxy S8 is one of the highly anticipated devices of the year, not only because it is Samsung’s flagship boasting to notch specs, but it is the first one they release after the Galaxy Note 7 disaster. As always with any device that is about to be announced, Galaxy S8 finds itself as the hot topic of debates, speculations and leaks and today isn’t any different in this regard. Today we go to see Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ in action in not only one but two different videos and a set of pictures.

In the first video you can see how Galaxy S8/S8+ will work in the absence of the home button and the keys alongside it. In an update last week, we got to know that there will be an onscreen navigation bar, which is conformed in this video. We don’t get to see the rest of the features of the device but that is a leak for another time.

In the second video, we get to see Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ side by side. The only difference in terms of how the devices look is the display size with Galaxy S8 having a 5.8-inch and Galaxy S8+ coming with a 6.2-inch display. Both the variants have a dual curved display, a feature which Samsung usually pushes to their Edge moniker handsets. The videos shows the Always On display on Galaxy S8 and the home screen for Galaxy S8+. The video again does not mention the features but shows off the device from different angles. Even though the device is in a black case, we are looking at the black colored variant if the frames and the bezel colors are something to go with.

With more than a month to go, we will be looking at more leaks, speculations and even live images like the one seen below. What do you think about the device design and the recent slew of leaks?

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