It takes less time until we can witness the arrival of the new Samsung Galaxy S8, and its larger brother, Galaxy S8 Plus. These two terminals are believed to be the top of the android smartphones of this year 2017, and the truth is that according to information known to date, it has all the look that they will manage to achieve it.
One of the differential aspects of this new line of smartphones will be the design. Samsung intends to continue polishing the line that was marked in 2015 with the Galaxy S6 and its variant edge, both with a body made of aluminum and glass. And in case we had not already seen dozens of different images about the new signature, today, new renders come to light to confirm once again what the physical appearance of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will look like.
The design of the Galaxy S8 comes back to light</strong<
These renders provided by @OnLeaks through GearIndia, allow us to observe in detail the design of the two new South Korean flagship. As you can see, the appearance of both smartphones completely matches the filtered images that we have discovered over time.
The rear of the device will be made of glass, and we find the camera, the LED flash and the heart rate sensor, in addition to the fingerprint reader, in a location that has already caused a stir without being confirmed in any way official. Everything seems to indicate that, finally, we will not miss the 3.5 mm jack port for headphones, located on the bottom edge of the phone.
Samsung galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, front render
On the other hand, the front of the device, consists of a curved panel on both sides of 5.8 inches in the case of Galaxy S8, and 6.2 inches in the Plus model, is accompanied by screen frames reduced to the maximum, a fashion that will reach its peak in 2017. In the upper frame, we find a small surprise, and is that the photographic sensor intended for selfies seems to be larger than normal.
As you know, it will not be until next March 29 when the Samsung Galaxy S8 is introduced. Meanwhile, we only have to wait until the day arrives, and see if finally all the expectation created really has been worth.