Following last night's Galaxy S8 press render leak, some photos of Samsung’s next Android flagship have now surfaced.
A handful of photos that claim to show the Samsung Galaxy S8 have been leaked by BGR. Perhaps the most interesting one is the one you see above, which gives us a clear look at the GS8’s display and its on-screen navigation buttons, which are Recent Apps, Home, and Back, in that order.
The above photo also gives us another look at the Galaxy S8’s tall display with rounded corners. And on the sides, we can see the volume rocker, the power/lock button, and the button that’s rumored to give quick access to Bixby, Samsung’s new assistant.
The design of the Galaxy S8 is shaping up to be quite a bit different than its predecessors. Perhaps the biggest change is the lack of a home button, which Samsung has used not only in its past Galaxy S flagships, but in many of its other Galaxy smartphones. That also means that Samsung is adopting on-screen display buttons for the first time. And then there’s the taller 18:9 display and rounded screen corners, both of which are also new for the company.
Now that we’re starting to get some good looks at the Galaxy S8, what do you think of its design?