Rumours: New leaked Samsung Galaxy S8 model images reveals no physical home button


The Samsung Galaxy S8 obviously didn't appear at the MWC 2017 recently, but that's not stopping numerous sites from creating or citing rumour buzz on the upcoming flagship. Already teased by Samsung that the device will be unpacked on 29 March 2017, we are getting more "legit" leaks of how the phone will look like.

Just a few hours ago, Twitter tech info leaker, Evan Blass once again leaked some images of the Galaxy S8. What's more, the leaks this time looks similar to the teaser shown by Samsung and coming from (the source), they claimed that the device is the real deal since its dual-edge curved display will make a comeback, with the addition of slimmer bezels for the top and bottom.


The side


The top


The bottom

It also tally well with the fact that it won't have any home button, and rumours have it that the front camera will have improved autofocus, alongside an LED light notification and autofocus. The fingerprint sensor is placed on the left side of the phone.


The display

Other than that, display size will be increased to 5.8-inch S-AMOLED for the "smaller" one, while the big one will get a huge 6.2-inch S-AMOLED display. The latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset should be on board as well, although for international variants we should be getting the Exynos 8895 version.

The unveiling should be held in New York and are speculated to be available for purchase on 21 April 2017 onwards, stay tuned for more Samsung news at


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