Samsung Galaxy S8 signup page hints at the device design

Samsung next generation S-series flagship has been the fodder of rumors mills. With the amount of leaks and updates that we have to do, one would think that there isn’t anything left. But that isn’t the case, with one more month to go before the device is announced, we still have a lot left. A while ago the sign up page for Galaxy S8/S8+ leaked giving users an idea about what’s next and what they can expect the device to look like.

This update comes to us by Evan Blass, who has a really good track record in tipping with accurate information. ┬áThe page just says ‘Unbox your phone’ and sign up so you can get to ‘know about the first Galaxy’. It is not what is written but the outline of the smartphone that hints to the design of Galaxy S8/S8+. Through countless renders and live images we know that there is no home button and the front display has very minimal bezels. Both Galaxy S8 and S8+ will have a dual curved display, so the design outline seen here will be followed for both the devices. This design aspect is now being confirmed from the company.

This page will go live after the official announcement of Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Samsung for the past few years has chosen the MWC platform to announce their S-series flagship but this time around they are not going to do so. The flagship is expected to be announced at the end of next month, 29th March being the expected date. Samsung will be showing off the promo for Galaxy S8 to create a hype for the device and show us what we can expect from the device. So, stay tuned as Samsung’s press event takes place tomorrow where they will be announcing Galaxy Tab S3.

Galaxy S8 Front Panels, 9th February



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