Published: Thu, March 02, 2017
Science | By Boyd Webster

Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks continue, new photo shows on-screen navigation buttons

Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks continue, new photo shows on-screen navigation buttons

Breaking down the details in the image, the Galaxy S8 is seen with a dual-edge curved display and thin bezels on the top and bottom. This perhaps was a decision made in order for the South Korean company to give extra time for final safety testing of its device.

Samsung will be holding an Unpacked 2017 event which is scheduled to take place in NY on March 29, 2017 (11:00 AM EDT - 10:30 PM IST), where it will launch the upcoming devices.

Samsung did not reveal the Galaxy S8 last night, instead telling the day the phone is going to be unleashed upon the world. Samsung might also use the USB Type-C port. Thus, we might be getting a phone with a larger screen-to-body ratio. However, the smartphone makers says they are seeking to put behind one of the biggest product safety failures in tech history as they prepare to launch their Galaxy S8.

Any imminent smartphone release worth its salt is surrounded by rumours, and the Galaxy S8 is no different in that sense. Samsung is also expected to incorporate a dedicated button for its new artificial intelligence assistant called Bixby.

Let's not also forget that the Samsung Galaxy S8 are reportedly IP68 certified for dust and water resistance, and the cameras are rumored to consist of 12MP Dual Pixel cameras. Other things to expect from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 and its 6.2-inch variant are a Snapdragon 835 processor (with an Exynos equivalent in some countries), 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage. And an iris scanner.

If you have ever used a non-Samsung branded Android smartphone and then move to a Samsung device like the Galaxy S7, you have probably notice that the buttons are backwards.

Other leaks also suggested previously that there will be a fingerprint scanner.

But these are all leaks. Evan Blass, the serial leaker of smartphone information has come out with what is probably the most in-depth look at the Samsung Galaxy S8.

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