Just after revealing what the Galaxy S8 Plus look like in the previous leak ahead of its official announcement, today we have got hold of a bunch of the two Samsung flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+. New leaks although shows up bot the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in about every angle now, prior to the scheduled release date planned for on March 29.
Samsung is very much ready to unveil its 2017 smartphone after Galaxy Note 7 debacle, as set at an Unpacked event this month, while it’s a couple of days later but before that, here are those two devices glimpsed, has also been a Gold color that has leaked for these devices ahead and previous leaks have already shown all four colors, which have leaked now as well. These newly leaked press renders or somewhat called rumored images show not only the front and the back, rather also the left and right angles of the device for each and every color variant and for both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, so there is some new still to witness visually.
In addition to the various angles of both phones in four of the different colors that are expected to be released for each device, also include a Rose Gold and Jet Black iPhone 7-like model. Also a few promotional images for the Samsung Galaxy S8 lineup has surfaced along with details of some phone’s features. One image showcases that the phones will be water resistant, while the other focuses on a closer look at the “Infinity Display”, which is to be used on the device, apparently.
Yet another focuses in on at the rear-facing 12-mewgapixel camera that Samsung rumored to be using for both phones. With that said, also claimed that the taller variant of Galaxy S8, the S8+ will be coming with a dual-selfie camera setup, but not confirmed.
As Samsung recently introduced its virtual-assistant ‘Bixby’, which is the given fact that is going to be integrated inside the Galaxy S8 and S8+, will also carry an iris scanner for recognition, and the promotional image shows up the feature in action that was been leaked alongside all of these images. The last two images include a side angle that reveals the thinness of the S8 Black and Silver models, and of of those makes a reference to Samsung’s Guard S8 feature, which is simply the latest version of Samsung Guard.
Buyers of the Galaxy S8 or the Galaxy S8+ will be able to get a phone repair within a two-hour time frame and add a year onto the warranty of the device, though, it’s noted that Samsung will only be offer this in some select regions.
Stay tuned for more information and other first-hand accessories coming out for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones before their official launch event.