Latest leak reveals colors and European pricing of Galaxy S8

Presumably, not every color will be available in every single market, but we'll undoubtedly get the full scoop on those details once Samsung holds its Unpacked event on March 29. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, released last year, costs around $670, while this year's "affordable" Galaxy A7 can be purchased for as low as $400.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 comes in 5 color variants-white, black, silver, gold, pink gold. Well, the company recently launched its Galaxy A5 2017 version with a price of Rs 28,990. Just in case you didn't know, this variant is also known as Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Duos and it also carries model number SM-N920CD.

Samsung only showed images of what the earpieces will look like, but now some real life photos courtesy of GiggleHD.com and picked up by Sammobile show a 3.5mm headphone jack, confirming the S8 won't ditch the analogue connector in favour of USB Type-C. The Samsung needs to gain back its reputation which makes it more necessary to roll out some better features in Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. It should also help Samsung to compete against rival Apple, which is reportedly also planning to integrate facial recognition into this year's flagship new iPhone. The other, however, shows accurate placements of the camera and fingerprint sensor along with the Samsung branding, and the phone sports a shiny black color.

The Korea-based publication also revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will come with an 8-megapixel (MP) selfie snapper, but will also have a second sensor at 3.7 MP specifically for the iris-recognition feature of the device.

As far as we know, these headphones of the AKG brand would supposedly arrive along with the Galaxy S8 phones once it has been released. And, these new leaks hint us about the facial recognition feature that seems to be available on the Samsung Galaxy S8. These prices would directly convert to about $858 for the Galaxy S8 and $965. The company has legions of loyal users and many are willing to pay top dollar for Apple's newest device. The Dex feature is supposed to offer a Windows Continuum like experience, that will let the user connect the phone to a display and use a mouse a keyboard emulating a desktop experience.

  • Carolyn Briggs