Samsung has just announced that forthcoming Galaxy S8 last year and is reportedly about to release as early as March this year. The specs of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 were revealed recently along with its rumored release date.
According to The Forbes, a man named Evan Blass known to be the top leaker of information about Samsung smartphones posted a message with the details about the Galaxy S8. Blass posted his message on Twitter along with an image that is said to be the new Samsung Galaxy S8.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 26, 2017
Blass said that Samsung won't be fitting its brand into the Galaxy S8. However, Blass reiterated that the company plans to put the brand name on the top most part of the phone and it will be hard-coded.
In a press release made by the UK Express, they said that that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will launch in New York this coming March 29th according to Evan Blass. Recently, Samsung Galaxy S8 was rumored to drop in the market on April, but as the leaked release date said, it may be sooner than expected. It may seem to be a genuine news coming from a reputable leaker of Samsung smartphones ever since.
The Mobile World Congress was known to reveal the information of Samsung smartphone, especially its release date. Due to the Galaxy Note 7's battery issue, the Galaxy S8's release date was affected and eventually moved to a later date.
As for the leaked image of the Galaxy S8, it is not the first time that fans have seen the photo. The leaked Galaxy S8 image popped up a few weeks ago and has been the trending news over the past weeks.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is rumored to boast a 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch of multi-touch QHD AMOLED display. The new-look screen will no longer have the traditional Samsung home button.
Aside from these features, a fingerprint scanner is also present, which is rumored to be accessible on the rear part of the phone. And for the last part, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is said to use the new Qualcomm 835 processor, known to be the most powerful smartphone processor for Android.