Samsung was supposedly going to launch its highly anticipated Galaxy S8 flagship smartphone during the Mobile World Congress. Unfortunately, the South Korean tech giant decided to halt the launch date until late March. We can’t know for sure what the reasons behind Samsung’s decision are. Maybe the smartphone still needs to be put under test so that there aren’t any flaws in its design, unlike the infamous Galaxy Note 7.
On the bright side, even though Samsung delayed the smartphone’s launch date the internet is filled with leaked information about it. The latest leaked news comes from Evan Blass who is one of the most reputable names in the leaks community. It looks like Evan Blass somehow managed to get his hands on an official press render of Galaxy S8.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Leaked Press Render
The entire tech community was speculating about Galaxy S8’s innovative design, now we can finally lay our eyes upon the device. First off, the smartphone will feature a set of sensors on the top side of the screen. These sensors will more than likely be used to scan the iris. One of the most reoccurring Galaxy S8 rumors is that it will feature an iris scanner. Well, it seems like the rumors was true all along. We think it’s safe to say that Samsung’s smartphone will be the most secure Android powered device.
According to the leaked press render, the smartphone will ship with a rather 5.8 inch Quad HD super AMOLED panel. Even better, the display will be fitted with two very slim bezels and curved corners. Additionally, the side of Galaxy S8 sports three physical buttons and one of them might be assigned to Bixby which is believed to be Samsung’s own virtual assistant.
Additionally, even though the press render doesn’t show the smartphone’s spec list, tech experts believe that Galaxy S8 will be fueled by Qualcomm’s latest octa-core Snapdragon 835 chipset. The processor is quite impressive and if that isn’t enough, it will also be coupled with 4GB of RAM. This processor is more than capable of providing users with impressive hardware performances.