[U] It’s Fake! The Samsung Galaxy S8 Leaks In Premium Looking Live Image With Thin Bottom Bezels


The Samsung Galaxy S8 looks to be one hell of a device. Samsung's going to launch it all guns blazing next month, with a lot of changes. Even as innovation and change comes to a stand still in the smartphone world, the Korean tech giant's got some tricks under its hat. Current information on the S8 suggests that the device will be a complete design overhaul over its predecessor. How so? Take a look at another live image that's surfaced today below.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Live Image Shows Bezel Free Bottom In Full Glory

Live images for the Galaxy S8 have been around for quite a while. The device will feature a rather shiny front, with very thin bottom and top bezels. In fact, the bottom of the S8 will be so thin that there won't be enough room to even fit Samsung's logo on it. It'll move to the top of the phone, as the Korean tech giant will also shift the fingerprint sensor at the rear of the device.

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The image you'll see below confirms earlier leaks for Samsung's flagship. The first image leak for the device leaked more than a month back, at the start of 2017. It was quickly debunked as fake. Taking a look at today's image, a lot of aspects are similar between the two. Samsung's flagship smartphone is targeted solely towards the high end market and you can see how by taking a look below.

The image is straight out of China, where the majority of the S8's early leaks also surfaced. As you can see above, the bottom of the device features a speaker grille, a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm earphone jack, from right to left. Some of the earliest leaks of the device suggested that Samsung will follow Apple's suit and remove the earphone jack from the S8. As we head towards the device's launch, this fact is negated by rumors.

The S8's giving out a very premium vibe from the image above. It's thin bottom bezels and a thin form factor make for a very good looking device. Samsung's got a lot riding on the S8, with the Korean tech giant expected to counter the Note 7 failure last year. The device was expected to beat the iPhone 7 but went up in flames quite literally. Will Samsung shake things up with the S8? We'll find out soon enough. Till then, stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below.