A Fully Functional, Up And Running, Gold Samsung Galaxy S8+ Leaks In Images – Take A Look!


Prior to the launch of the device, the Galaxy S8 had used the rumor mill as its unofficial marketing chain. We've seen nearly every detail of the device surface so far. From specifications to features and renders, Samsung's event will now serve as a confirmation of what has already surfaced on the rumor mill. Today, we've got yet another Galaxy S8 leak for you. This time, it's the Samsung Galaxy S8+ in gold. Take a look below to find out more.

The Samsung Galaxy S8+ Surfaces In A gold Variant On The Rumor Mill For The First Time

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are rumored to come in three color variants so far. These are black, silver and violet according to tipster Roland Quandt. Today's new leak adds a surprise into the mix. The larger Galaxy S8+ features in more images today. These depict the device in an all new gold color option. It looks like the real deal as well, with the usual host of sensors clearly visible at the front of the smartphone.

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The button free front facade, the odd display ratio, the edged screen and thin top/bottom bezels are also visible on the smartphone. To be fair, the gold color option for the Galaxy S8+ doesn't strike us as that impressive from the front. Maybe that's because of the fact that there's very little gold to look at on the device's front.

Pictured next to what appears to be a Galaxy S8 in white, you can see the size difference between the pair. The image leaks also provide us with an ability to catch both the devices up and running. The overall interface, particularly due to the absence of the home button, looks very smooth. Unfortunately, no images for the rear of the Galaxy S8+ are available today. Not that they'd feature any surprises. Current information pegs the device with a single  camera and a fingerprint sensor at the back.

If you ask us, the front of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ has started to look very interesting. The assortment of various sensors gives it a rather futuristic look. This is opposed to the overall minimalist look the device suggests otherwise. With leaks at an all time high, we hope that the Galaxy S8 and S8+ do no see any post launch hiccups. Samsung's got a lot riding on them. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.