Samsung will be unveiling their next generation Galaxy S-series flagship on 29th March. They will be announcing Galaxy S8 in two dedicated events that will take place in New York and London. Knowing Samsung, that will be one amazing event. Samsung usually unveils that S-series flagship at the Mobile World Congress and this time around they didn’t do so. In the past few days we have seen the most anticipated device of the year, Galaxy S8 leak in different videos and images showing the device from different angles. Now another short video out of China shows Galaxy S8 in action. Apparently these leaks do not want us to forget that Galaxy S8 announcement is on the horizon.
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The video shows the design rumored design changes that we have heard and then seen in different renders and videos. There is no home button, which is a good thing as that has given way to an increased screen to body ration. With minimal bezels and the trademark dual curves give the device a stunning look. To date in most of the videos and leaked images we have seen a Black colored Galaxy S8, this seems like the Gold or the Silver colored variant. The angle of the recording device and the light makes it difficult to discern what color it is.
Samsung as per tradition will be announcing two variants, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, both of them will have curved display with their display size being the only visible difference. Under the hood the devices will be equipped with Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 processor. With a 12MP dual pixel camera and Samsung’s own voice based AI assistant, Bixby, the smartphone will hit global markets on 21st April. So, do you like Galaxy S8 in Black or Gold/Silver?
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