Jan 15, 2017 12:40 PM EST
Samsung Galaxy S8: Revealed in a Leaked Video; Will Be the Boss of All Smartphones in 2017 [VIDEO]
Samsung has done a very good job in hiding Galaxy S8 under wrapped but the recent video that is reportedly leaked by the company itself has showed a smartphone without bezels which has been speculated as the phone itself. The video also reveals that Samsung Galaxy S8 is something to look forward to in 2017. Watch video here!
Samsung Revealed Galaxy S8 Render in a Leaked Video
Samsung has reportedly leaked renders of Galaxy S8 in their promotional video that shows an anonymous phone that sports a bezel-less screen morphed in an AMOLED display and lacks the physical home button. According to Forbes, strong speculations suggest that what the South Korean tech company has shown is the render of the 2017 flagship smartphone because every details suggests similarities from the rumored key specs.
For this reason, LG, who claims that they can beat Samsung in the market for this year with their upcoming flagship LG G6 should be wary alongside Apple on their new iPhone 8 because Samsung Galaxy S8 is poising as the boss of all smartphones in 2017. And from the looks of it, Samsung Galaxy S8 is reminding everyone that it is the phone to look forward to this year.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Sport Radical Design
In another leaked, Samsung Galaxy S8 is said to be sporting a curved display that will eventually push the bezel out of sight. According to XDA Developers, the absence of the physical home button has further led to a conclusion that Samsung is serious in doing away with it for their next flagship.
Furthermore, the dual camera is spotted at the back of Samsung Galaxy S8. However, the most talked about fingerprint sensor is nowhere to be seen but the renders showed a 3.5mm headphone jack port located at the bottom, two sets of speakers hole which suggests that the phone will sport a stereo speaker.
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