The Galaxy S8 has just surfaced yet again. If you take a look at the gallery down below, you'll get to see 7 new images of the company's upcoming flagship. As you can see, this is the all-black variant of the device, and the images are quite clear, so we get to see quite a few details here, as was the case with several previous leaks. The Galaxy S8 is probably the most leaked smartphone to date, it has been leaking for quite some time now, and considering that the design is identical in pretty much every leak which surfaced in the last couple of weeks, we know exactly what to expect in that regard.
The Galaxy S8 will, as you can see, feature a curved display. This will, according to rumors, be a 5.8-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) Super AMOLED panel, and the bezels on the Galaxy S8 will be extremely thin. We cannot see how thin those bezels will be in any of these images, as the display is not turned on, but there were a ton of such leaks before, and chances are you've probably spotted a couple of them. The company's logo is placed on the back of this device, and above you'll notice the phone's rear-facing camera which is flanked by a fingerprint scanner, LED flash and what seems to be a heart rate sensor. The Galaxy S8 is quite narrow, and seems quite tall because of it. Well, its side bezels are basically non-existent, though its display ratio could be different than what we're expecting. In any case, we'll just have to wait and see what happens.
The Galaxy S8 Plus will probably launch alongside the Galaxy S8 on March 29 in New York, as Samsung had already scheduled this press event. Samsung's Exynos 8895 will fuel the Galaxy S8 in some markets, while the Snapdragon 835 will be in charge of that in some other regions. Android Nougat will come pre-installed on the device, and on the left-hand side of the Galaxy S8's body you'll get a dedicated, physical 'Bixby AI' key. The Galaxy S8 is expected to ship with 4GB of RAM, though the Chinese variant of the device could land with 6GB of RAM, at least if the latest rumor is to be believed.