It seems that we can’t go more than a day or two without a new Galaxy S8 leak, and today more leaks of Samsung’s upcoming flagship device have surfaced.
First up, a couple of new photos that show the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have appeared on Chinese social network Weibo. The images don’t really reveal much in the way of new information about the phones, but we do get another look at Samsung’s on-screen navigation buttons and a size comparison of the GS8 and GS8+.
The other leak comes to us from one of Samsung’s own applications. The APK for Samsung’s Smart Switch app seems to include screenshots that, while they aren’t labeled “Galaxy S8” or anything, do appear to come from a GS8. That’s because those aforementioned on-screen buttons are present at the bottom of these screenshots.
These leaked screens also give us a peek at the user interface that Samsung has cooked up for the Galaxy S8. It’s a pretty clean, modern design, and it looks like Samsung will continue to use its squircle app icon design, too.
Samsung is planning to announce the Galaxy S8 on March 29, so we’ve only got a couple more weeks to wait before we get to officially meet the new Android flagship. We’ll have to wait until then before making any judgments about the device, but based on what we’ve seen in leaks so far, the GS8 looks like an attractive piece of kit with its clean front and slim bezels.
What do you think of the Galaxy S8 so far?