Seemingly Photoshopped Samsung Galaxy S8 Images Leak


New, alleged Galaxy S8 images have just surfaced, though they seem to be photoshopped. Several new real life images surfaced, and if you take a look at the first one, you'll notice that the device in the background has been photoshopped for sure, as the photoshopped display has been poorly placed on top of the device that is pictured in the background, which is probably the Galaxy S7, at least it seems to be.

Four new images surfaced, and some of them seem to be photoshopped, while others… well, they might be as well, but it's not that noticeable. In any case, this newly leaked design seems to be different compared to the design we've seen leak recently. This alleged Galaxy S8 actually sports a physical home key, along with two capacitive buttons on the sides. In addition to that, this device seems to sport two cameras on the back, and lacks a fingerprint scanner which rumors are saying will be placed on the back of the device. This phone is made out of metal and glass, and we get to look at the Gold variant of the phone here, while the 'Edge' model is also pictured in the images down below.

Previous Galaxy S8 leaked images suggested that the device will ship without a physical home key, and that it will sport far thinner bezels than devices that are pictured in the gallery down below. All in all, the two designs are completely different one to the other, the design that leaked today resembles the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge quite a bit, there's even a good chance these images are actually photoshopped Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge images. Leaks that we've been seeing in the last couple of weeks give us a completely different picture of the Galaxy S8, and chances are that those leaks are far more accurate than the one that surfaced today, but we'll have to wait until Samsung introduces their new flagship smartphones in order to see what's what. The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will probably launch at the end of March or beginning of April, but nothing has been confirmed just yet, so stay tuned.


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