This is what the Samsung Galaxy S8 looks like

Bradley Wint
Mar 6, 2017 9:17pm AST
Photo: Slashleaks

If it’s one thing phone manufacturers can’t do well anymore is keep a secret. With so many beta builds and pre-market models being given out to testers, developers, and phone case manufacturers, there’s bound to be a leak here and there.

Slashleaks members have posted a few high quality images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8, in both a black and what appears to be a white body.

The design is much slimmer and follows along the footsteps of LG and Huawei with an 18:9 display ratio with rounded edges. There isn’t much of a bezel to speak about at the bottom, but the top of littered with various sensors, which makes the white model look a bit cheap.

Specs based on a recent GeekBench report point to a Snapdragon 835 octacore processor being used under the hood, with 4 of those cores churning out 2.45 GHz of processing power with the other 4 putting out 1.9 GHz. The unit will also have 4GB of RAM.

The Android 7.0 device is expected to feature a massive 5.8 inch, 1440 x 2960 pixel, Super AMOLED display. While the phone may not be that wide, it definitely is very tall given its relative proportions.

The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are set to be released on April 28th.

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