Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy S8 smartphone has appeared in a string of newly leaked images, confirming a number of rumours about the long–awaited device.
The pictures, posted to Chinese social media, show the Galaxy S8 from all angles. It does not have a home button, with its display covering almost the entire front of the phone.
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The fingerprint scanner has been moved to the rear of the device, reaffirming reports that Samsung would ape the design of LG’s flagship smartphones.
The phone pictured appears to be jet black, although Samsung is said to be readying a number of different colours for its new top–end model.
The Galaxy S8 is expected to come in two variations, one featuring a larger 6.2–inch screen. The latter will be sold as the Galaxy S8+.
Samsung is due to confirm the Galaxy S8’s launch date at Mobile World Congress, which kicks off in Barcelona on February 26th.
It has delayed the launch in order to ensure it remains on top of any battery concerns, following the discontinuation of the Galaxy Note 7 last year.