Samsung Galaxy S8 in Black caught in the wild in a new video

Another day and another Samsung Galaxy S8 update. We thought that it will be a quite Sunday, but leaks and updates don’t rest, so here we are with the latest Galaxy S8 leak. You can Samsung’s upcoming flagship from different angles in the 5 sec video that gives you a very good idea as to what to expect from the smartphone.

The video features Samsung Galaxy S8 in black color. One of the distinctive details that can be seen here is that not only the front panel but the back panel of the device is also curved giving the device a sleek look. The fingerprint scanner is at the rear of the device with that camera setup. As seen in the earlier renders and leaks, there is no home button and there are very slim bezels at the top and the bottom of the display.

Samsung will be unveiling two variants, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Both the devices will have a curved display as the tech giant has decided to make that a trademark for their flagship devices. The only difference between the two variants will be the display size and the battery power. Galaxy S8 will have a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display and Galaxy S8+ will have a 6.2 inch Super AMOLED display. In addition, the smartphones will be powered by 3,000mAh and 3,500mAh battery.

Galaxy S8 & S8+ will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 SoC, paired with a 4GB RAM and 64 GB native storage. The processcors used are produced using the 10nm fabrication process and their productions is quite slow which has already put Galaxy S8’s global release date for 21st April.

With a few more weeks to go, we will be looking at more leaks and updates. Stay tuned to see what leaksters have up their sleeve for us. Samsung will officially unveil Galaxy S8 on 29th March at London and New York.

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