Samsung's upcoming flagship - the Galaxy S8 has been a constant entry on rumour charts. Until Samsung makes the phone official, we are certain to hear more and more about the Galaxy S8's leaked specs and features. As per the latest reports on the device, it is believed that the there will be two variants of the flagship - the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, which is obvious too as Samsung had been following the same trail since Galaxy S6.
Another big leak is the alleged spotting of Galaxy S8 images, which show no physical home button along with a new design scheme. Based on these leaked live images of the Galaxy S8, we can see how Samsung has adopted a bezel-less design. Also, we can spot the dual-curved display, handful of sensors, and the front-facing camera. Not confirmed, but these pictures also give out a glimpse of iris scanner, which will be a part of both the variants of the Galaxy S8.
Thankfully, unlike Apple and other manufacturers, Samsung has not yet given up on the 3.5mm audio jack. Even though, it seems to have adopted the USB Type-C port for charging like the other recent flagships such as Google's Pixel.
Samsung is slated to unleash the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ soon. Also, various reports suggest that there will be two display sizes for both the variants - 5.7-inches and 6.2-inches. This time around, Samsung is also expected to launch its own virtual assistant (like Siri and Cortana) named as Bixby. On the hardware front, both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are expected to come powered by Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB of RAM. Another main highlight of the upcoming Galaxy S8 series is the presence of dual rear cameras.
The leaked live images also show the new Samsung's new Grace UX hand-in-hand with the always-on display. One of the images also shows the Apps Edge menu that was also seen on the predecessor - the Galaxy S7 edge. All said, a China-based case maker leaks these images, which means they do not have any solid backing so we would suggest you to take them with a grain of salt.