Samsung Galaxy S8 Leaked Renders Shows Off Always-On Display
Samsung is actually in the limelight once again. After announcing results of the Galaxy Note seven probe, renders of the alleegd Galaxy S8 have leaked online, showcasing its design and a number of features, notably the “Always on Display.”
Samsung’s chief Dong jing Koh has revealed that the Galaxy S8 wouldn’t be announced at the upcoming MWC 2017. Nothing has been officially said about the device’s launch date, but it’s rumored to be announced in Release and March in mid April.
Who Has Done The Deed?
Leaked renders by Twitter user VenyaGeskin has established the Twitterati abuzz with excitement, as the post shows a Galaxy S8 render with dual curved display, slightly differing from the Galaxy S7 edge. It has been among the most precise renders out of many such leaks online. The problem shows the Galaxy S8 donning a sky blue Coral hue.
What Does The Render Suggest?
The phone seems to have extremely tiny bezels, with the display having somewhat more curved edges to it. The tiny bezels just work to help support the volume buttons as well as the power button. In accordance with earlier rumors, the Home button has been done away with. The fingerprint scanner could be embedded in the display or perhaps in the back board as rumored, that is evidenced by the leaked render.
The bezels on the best and bottom part of the telephone are extremely minute and the Samsung logo isn’t apparent on the front side of the telephone. This’s a departure from the company’s designing tactics, as the logo typically seems on the front side of the telephone. Another unusual thing would be that the bottom part bezel is highly irregular in shape. This’s probably the single oddity in the leak.
Previous renders have shown the Galaxy S8 sporting a golden color, but this particular leak shows the phone in Sky blue Coral. This particular variant is actually apt to be released, as the Sky blue Coral hue was hugely popular with owners of the now defunct Galaxy Note seven and the predecessor Galaxy S7.
Another essential characteristic shown in the render is actually the Galaxy S8’s “Always on Display” feature. The time is enabled by this feature and battery condition to be constantly shown on the display screen.
Some renders of the display guards that had leaked last week hinted at a lot of cutouts at the top of the display, though probably this latest leak doesn’t offer as many cutouts as shown earlier. The Galaxy S8 is also rumored to have an in built iris scanner like the Galaxy Note seven.
As with any renders or maybe leaks, people are actually encouraged to take the info with a pinch of salt.