With just three days to go before the Samsung Galaxy S8 makes its official debut, the leaks of the device continue to flow.
Several photos that show the Galaxy S8+ in-hand have leaked out. The images were originally posted by AndroidMX but have since been removed at Samsung’s request. Because this is the internet, though, the images are still floating around.
The photos are nice and clear, and they show off several of the Galaxy S8+’s camera settings as well as the camera app itself. In the camera app we can see an eye icon that might be used to access the GS8+’s visual search, a feature that’s rumored to be included with Samsung’s new flagship, as well as a mysterious bear icon.
These images also show the GS8+’s browser and home screen. We’re getting another good look at Samsung’s on-screen navigation buttons, too, as well as the rounded corners of the GS8+’s screen.
In other Galaxy S8 leak news, several press renders of the GS8 have been shared by WinFuture. Included are images of a blue version of the Galaxy S8 that we haven’t seen before. With this blue model, the list of colors that we’ve seen on the GS8 to date includes black, blue, orchid, grey, and gold.
Samsung will officially reveal the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ on March 29.