Galaxy S8 Wallpapers Pop Up, This Time In A 4:3 Aspect Ratio

We shared three wallpapers from the Samsung Galaxy S8 yesterday, and now we have some more Galaxy S8 wallpapers to share with you. Yesterday’s wallpapers were actually taken directly from the Galaxy S8, as they come in 18.5:9 aspect ratio (vertical images), but today’s pics, well, they come in a 4:3 aspect ratio (landscape orientation). Now, it is important to keep in mind that most of these images leaked yesterday, well, part of them did, images that we’re sharing in this article can actually be used across several screens on your smartphone, as they are landscape images, and you can also set them up as a background on your personal computer, of course.

The first image you will find in the gallery down below shows off a beautiful, starry night, and there are also two people in it. The second one lets you take a look at a bunch of snow, and what seems to be a mountain in the background, while the third is also quite nice, you get to take a look at a sunrise here, some beautiful scenery and people running in the background. What would a Galaxy wallpaper leak be without a picture of space, right? Well, the last image shows off an astronaut with Earth in the background. As per usual, if you’d like to download these wallpapers and use them on your device(s), you can do so, we’ve included all four images in the gallery down below for you to check them out.

The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, as you probably already know by now, were introduced by Samsung the day before yesterday. Those two handsets have been leaking like crazy over the past couple of weeks, and Samsung finally made them official. They’re identical in terms of build, though the ‘Plus’ model is considerably larger, it comes with a larger display and a bigger battery. The two phones are made out of metal and glass, and their displays are curved on the sides. Android Nougat comes pre-installed on both devices, with Samsung’s UI on top of it. A 12-megapixel Dual Pixel shooter is placed on the back of these two devices, and Samsung opted not to include a physical home button on their new flagship devices. If you’d like to read more about the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, click here.

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