Our first official look at the Samsung Galaxy S8 is coming in a month, but that hasn’t stopped leaks from popping up on the web.
Take for instance this photo posted by Slash Leaks of what appears to be the Galaxy S8:
If you take a look at the top and bottom bezels, you’ll notice that it’s consistent with the image that appeared on the official invite, as well as the official teaser video.
Not convinced? Here are two more videos showing what could be actual working models of the Galaxy S8:
Notice the absence of physical and capacitive buttons on the lower part of the phone. Instead, the back, home, and menu buttons show up as part of the screen.
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The cat’s out of the bag, Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 is official.
If you want to know what we think about this new phone, you can check out our Hands-On Review or read about why the S8 has made our Lifestyle Editor reconsider her Apple loyalty. Or you could hear what other popular tech YouTubers think about the phone.
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