Samsung Galaxy S8 Official Press Images (Front and Back) Leaked

Samsung Galaxy S8

It’s yet another day and as it has grown to become usual, we have another Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ leak ready for you. This time around we have what could be the final press images of the flagship ahead of the March 29 launch.

After giving us a sneak preview of what Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will look like, Evan Blass has just unveiled a set of images that he believes are the official press images of the phones. We already know that the Galaxy S8 will come in three (at least) color variants of sky black, orchid gray and arctic silver.

Now, in the newly leaked images, we can now confirm that indeed Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will come with rear-mounted fingerprint scanners placed just beside the main camera. The opposite side of the camera will be a dual-tone LED flash, which changes nothing about what has been doing rounds in the rumor mills.

Samsung Galaxy S8

However, the most interesting development from the latest Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ press images is that all color variants actually have black on the front. Still, previous reports have suggested that the supplied screen protector will keep the color of the rear panels. If indeed it is true that the two Galaxy S8 phones will ship with a colored back and black faces, it will be the first time we’ve seen such a unique design language in a Sammy flagship.

Samsung Galaxy S8

The images also confirm the highly touted infinity display that almost eliminates the phone’s top and bottom bezels, giving the handsets a one-of-a-kind look. Samsung has also confirmed that Bixby AI Assistant will be part of both the Galaxy S8 and S8+. This digital assistant will be launched via a dedicated button that appears on the left-hand side of the phone, just below the volume rocker.

As noted earlier, Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will be unveiled on March 29. It is only then that we can really know all the details about the two phones. Keep following us!

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