Published: Mon, March 20, 2017
Research | By Jo Caldwell

Latest Samsung Galaxy S8 leak reveals color options and pricing details

Latest Samsung Galaxy S8 leak reveals color options and pricing details

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On the other hand, while Samsung is expected to skip on the dual-lens camera trend with the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, the company will most probably bring the major hardware upgrade to the Galaxy Note 8, pairing a 16-megapixel and 8 MP sensors on the rear side of the device, according to recent reports. Those leaked images seem to suggest a minimal bezel, too, so don't expect an unwanted bump in handset size either. Another rumored feature to be seen on the Galaxy Note 8 is a curved-edge screen with a 4K resolution. But not this year.

Samsung used its MWC event to launch new tablets, and while the Galaxy S8 wasn't unveiled at the show, the company did promise a few things in relation to the upcoming phone. According to Trusted Review, the LG G6 is believed to come with metal unibody design. For the first time on a Galaxy S release, there is no Home button.

The iPhone might also display a feed from the front-facing camera on the lockscreen to help the user position his or her head appropriately so that an iris/face-based unlock can be performed. The look, feel and gait of the handset is very premium.

It's possible that these are accurate, or that they show the Galaxy S8 in some kind of screen cover, but they're certainly more suspect than other images. The iPhone 7s and 7s Plus will retain the current LCD displays in order to keep the price of the new phones down.

Apple iPhone 8 will be a revolutionary phone and its advanced technology will impress everyone.

Second, noted leaker Evan Blass yesterday posted promotional shots of three new S8 models along with the official color names they might be sold under: black sky, orchid grey and arctic silver.

The new Galaxy S8 AnTuTu benchmark video also highlights the advancements in processor technology, as both the Snapdragon 839 and the Exynos 8895 run on a 10-nanometer architecture as opposed to the 14-nm architecture of older processors.

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