New images claim to show the Galaxy S8.
If it's a day that ends in the word day, there's a very good chance a new report pops up about the Galaxy S8.
This time, new images popped up on Slash Week.
And guess what?
It shows a phone that looks like previous images.
Are there thin bezels on the top and bottom?
Is there a physical home button on the front?
Nope, but there is a virtual home button on the display.
Is there a curved screen on this device?
Is there a fingerprint sensor on the back of the device next to the camera?
Slash Leaks says it got the images from a company that makes cases that wish to remain anonymous.
Samsung has officially announced that it will hold an event on March 29 in New York.
The invite for the unpacked event shows two white brackets and mimic the style of the bezzles rumored to be on the Galaxy S8.
Will there be any surprises about the Galaxy S8 when Samsung officially unveils the phone?
Either way, Samsung has a big task ahead of it with this phone's launch.
It needs to make everyone forget about the Galaxy Note 7 disaster, where Samsung had to recall the phone twice, due to overheating batteries.
For more information, check out cnet.com.
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