Leaked Samsung Galaxy S8 images hints redesign
The Samsung Galaxy S8 release date is allegedly set for April 21st in the United States
Typically Samsung unveils its next flagship device during Mobile World Congress, however the South Korean giant has revealed it will not be showcasing the Galaxy S8, but plans to release it 21st April in the US.
As always an array of leaks and rumours have surfaced, and according to Chinese social network Weibo, it has leaked Samsung's official cases. The leaked photos suggest that Samsung has placed the biometric fingerprint sensor at the back of the device and possibly ditched the home button.
The series is also believed to come in two models with curved sides and bigger displays, and perhaps sized, 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch. It is also predicted that the Galaxy S8 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 with either 4GB or 6GB RAM. Like the Samsung Galaxy Note7, the device is expected to have 64GB embedded storage and the option of expandable storage of up to 128GB.
According to SamMobile, Samsung has factored in battery life with a 3250 mAh battery in the Galaxy S8 and 3,750 mAh battery in the larger Galaxy Plus model.
Samsung has not yet confirmed these specifications, and will mostly likely release information in March.
With Mobile World Congress this month, Samsung has teased its fans with a private invitation, where it is expected to launch its Galaxy Tab S3 tablet.