Is this the Samsung Galaxy S8?
The Samsung Galaxy S8 might be one of the most anticipated phones of the year.
An image popped up online that may show the S8.
In it, you see a phone with a curved screen along with very thin bezels on the top and bottom of the device.
It features no home button on the front of the phone.
Instead, there's an on screen navigation strip at the bottom of the display.
So what are the odds of the image Shows a Galaxy S8.
They're probably pretty good and here's why.
The mobile industry's largest trade show, Mobile World Congress, is coming up in Barcelona, Spain, beginning on February 27th.
Samsung rival LG will launch its next flagship phone, the LG G6, at the event.
LG has also been releasing lots of information about the G6 well ahead of its launch.
Samsung could've let an image of its phone make its way online to keep the spotlight.
But we can't be sure.
The device in the picture does match up with a lot of rumors about the Galaxy S8, like the curved screen and tiny bezels.
In the past, Samsung has introduced it's latest S phones around the same time as MWC.
According to one report, Samsung will let everyone know when to expect the S8 at Mobile World Congress.
For more information, check out cnet.com.
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