Monday, February 27, 2017

[Leaked] First Look At Samsung Galaxy S8

 

We have seen everything which can give us a pretty good idea of what is Samsung Galaxy S8 is going to be. But, yet you have never quite had a look at it in this way. Today, we have real life picture and not one but two videos of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8 emerged, and with them a somewhat clean shot of a working unit.

Anyway, today we have a few leaks deluge of Galaxy S8 photos and videos that leave no stone unturned. Front, sides, screen, keyboard, and that silly fingerprint reader placement on the back (hello camera lens smudges!), they're all here. We're starting with this set of images of the S8 and S8 Plus in a hard case showing the buttons on the sides, USB-C port, bottom speaker and 3.5mm plug, and the camera/fingerprint cluster on the back.







You can't really tell much from the clips as they're very short, and mainly make us appreciate the phone’s gorgeous design. Its sinuous curves wrap the massive curved display nicely, while unfortunately the black models in the first video don’t show us the back, as both phones are inside cases. We can appreciate the non-insignificant difference between the base model and the S8 Plus, however.



The white version of the second clip, instead, makes us peek at the top’s super-small-yet-super-busy bezel, where all sorts of sensors (including, seemingly, an iris scanner) rest. Both videos, however, confirm that the phone will ditch hardware and capacitive keys for good, and use a more streamlined software navigation bar instead.

However, while the “back” and “home” button are a given, the third key on the right does not immediately scream “recent apps’ tray” to me. The symbol could vaguely represent two apps in split-screen mode, so multitasking, but it may as well be a shortcut for its much-talked-about Bixby AI assistant. We’ll see.

For now, just enjoy the phone and drop us a comment down below. Are you excited and desperately waiting for this device to hit the market? Let us know.

Source : Slashleaks, [2], [3]