Leaked Photo of Samsung Galaxy S8 Reveals Smaller Bezels, No Physical Home Button?

Leaked Photo of Samsung Galaxy S8 Reveals Smaller Bezels, No Physical Home Button?

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A photo, allegedly of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone, has leaked online. The photo was obtained by GizChina and it appears to reveal that Samsung's new flagship will have a curved edge display, smaller bezels, and no physical home button.

This photo was sent to me earlier today by a company that is making accessories for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 and appears to show a leaked model of the upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship smartphone. We can see from the photo that this gold phone is clearly marked with Samsung branding, and in fact the area where the branding is seen is where the physical home button is found on the S7. This either means that the fingerprint scanner is now located on the rear of the Samsung Galaxy S8 or the new phone feature an ‘under screen’ fingerprint scanner.

The smartphone pictured has a curved display, a glossy gold body, and NFC (based on the onscreen icons).

Samsung will likely unveil the Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month.

Check out the image below and let us know what you in the comments!

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Leaked Photo of Samsung Galaxy S8 Reveals Smaller Bezels, No Physical Home Button?
rl - January 22, 2017 at 1:20am
samsung copying apple never ends.. fingerherprint scanner....copied from iphone 5s no removable battery.... no headphone jack.......... no physical button............ samsung will always be second place... they cant make new ideas in their own..
Zapyaforpc - January 21, 2017 at 12:13pm
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Gary - January 21, 2017 at 8:15am
Come one people. I am a Apple fan but I have to admit that this phone and even the 7edge are seriously nice looking bits of kit
Great! - January 21, 2017 at 1:28pm
The problem isn't the hardware. It never was. It still is the fact that it runs Android and therefore hardly gets updates and is riddled with holes and exploits that it is NOT secure.
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Mang Domeng - January 21, 2017 at 2:56pm
What do you want? A nice looking phone? Or a stable, more secure phone? The best smartphone is a phone that can last and features upgrade when you update your OS. That is the problem with Androids, their phone doesn't last long because after 2-3 major OS updates, your phone is obsolete. What does your hardware spec say when the OS does not support it anymore. That is the best thing about Apple your phone can last longer because of OS updates and it feels new when you have a new feature added in your phone. There is always an app to do anything and most are quality made apps. Unlike Android apps that I can say is plenty but most are crappy and buggy. The experience using an iPhone is worth your money spent unlike Samsungs and other Anroids which doesn't last long because of limited OS updates and bot so good app and contents.
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