Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus Leaked Images Show Samsung Home Button Effort

According to The Verge, it has been confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will not make its first appearance at Mobile World Congress (MWC) this year. The Galaxy Tab S3 features a similar design language as seen on company's previous generation tabs, with capsule like home button on the front.

The new codename of the new flagship phone comes from a large lake located in Siberia, which is also known as the deepest lake on the planet.

Although users may be frustrated about price increases for Samsung's and Apple's flagship smartphones, the iPhone 8 is said to cost users $1,000, it is a result of the cutting-edge technology an innovative design that the firms have promised. Those looking forward to Samsung's next smartphone offering don't have to wait that long as the upcoming MWC 2017, which is to take place this coming February 26, will have the company officially share the flagship as well as its launch date. Now, tipster Evan Blass has put a new image of the Galaxy Tab S3 with its keyboard case on Twitter. The processor and the battery are omitted, but this leak allows us to apprehend the Galaxy S8 + in its entirety. Other key elements are 4GB of RAM, Samsung Pay, wireless charging, Android operating system, which may be Nougat, and 4G LTE connectivity.

The report also notes that Samsung will adopt a different marketing strategy and will be patient this time. Samsung has since apologized and promised better product safety, but the Galaxy Note 7 could loom large over the Galaxy S8's release.

Other leaked images show the Galaxy S8 from different angles and we can safely conclude that the handset will feature a USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack and the speaker grille at the bottom. The camera setup on Tab S3 will include a 12MP and 5MP rear and front lens respectively. Once you've paired the two, you only need to tap the phone to your tablet and use the sensor of the former to unlock the latter. With the feature, you can unlock your Galaxy TabPro S, a Windows-10 powered tablet by pressing the fingerprint sensor on your Galaxy smartphone.

  • Carolyn Briggs