Highly Trusted Source Posts Gorgeous Samsung Galaxy S8 Render; Take A Look


Not a day passes that we don't get to see a Galaxy S8 leak. Samsung's flagship for the year has built up quite the hype. The Korean tech giant will go all out this year, and equip the device with a lot of new features. Whether it's design or specifications, the S8 will deliver at all ends. Today we've got an amazing S8 render for you, courtesy of legendary leaker, OnLeaks. Take a look at it below.

Here's A Beautiful Samsung Galaxy S8 Render For You To Drool Over Till Launch

Gathering information from sources is a difficult task. If we were to share with you the sheer amount of locations for information, it'd take hours to simply sift through it. However, a couple of factors often make things a lot easier. Some sources are more reliable than others, with their information having a near certain probability of turning out to be accurate.

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One of these is Steve Hemmestoffer of NWE, who also goes by the twitter name OnLeaks. Steve's back today, with a fresh render of the Samsung Galaxy S8. The device, as mentioned above, is a regular feature of the rumor mill. Current information suggests a bezel free display, no buttons at the front, a rear fingerprint sensor and iris scanning for Samsung's flagship. All of these details are combined in today's leak, along an imagination of what the device's final build will be like.

The Galaxy S8's renders have become more aesthetically pleasing over the past couple of days. Just yesterday, a massive render leak, also courtesy of Steve, showed the device in silver. Both the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus were depicted with a glass back, edged screens and the aforementioned features. Samsung's greatly upped its design game ever since the Galaxy S6 and this approach is further refined down the iterative lane.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be a design and performance win. Samsung's hogged all of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835s for the device. This has led to a shortfall of supply for other manufacturers which include LG and HTC. They're now forced to launch their devices with the Snapdragon 821, manufactured on 14nm FinFET. The Galaxy S8 will feature the Snapdragon 835, 4GB of RAM, a virtual assistant, improved camera specifications and battery capacities. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned for the latest. We'll keep you updated.