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[Update: High-res photos] Working Galaxy S8 appears in leaked video

Who says that the leaks will stop surfacing online now that Samsung has confirmed that it’s going to unveil the Galaxy S8 on March 29? The endless stream of leaked photos and videos hasn’t dried up and we don’t expect it to in the days leading up to the official announcement. A very short video has emerged out of China today which gives us a glimpse of what appears to be a working Galaxy S8.

You can see the Galaxy S8’s gorgeous display in the video and how nicely it blends with the minimal bezels that the smartphone has. The person holding the phone unlocks it by placing his finger on the fingerprint sensor that’s located at the back alongside the rear camera. He then flips it over to give us a look at the other side.

This is far from a proper walkthrough of Samsung’s new flagship smartphone but it does reiterate almost everything that we’ve heard about the handset’s design and looks so far. We just have to wait until March 29 now to find out more about the Galaxy S8.

Update: A couple of high-res photos of the Galaxy S8 have been leaked online by the same source.

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Lucidfer
Lucidfer

So any reason why this is so unbearably glossy? Also I haven’t seen much information on the actual camera spec leaks, surely they exist somewhere?

piotr_szab15
piotr_szab15

Hows name this theme on the picture s7edge ?

billywongwashere
billywongwashere

Looks v big and fat

KUNAL6729
KUNAL6729

That doesn’t look like him unlocking using the fingerprint scanner. That was a simple swipe.

HomerS66
HomerS66

If you think that then watch the video again.

ShadowFlare
ShadowFlare

I watched the video 5 times, it’s a screen swipe unlock, not fingerprint unlock.-You- should watch it again a few times.

rikipy
rikipy

Android 7.1.1 ?

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

No app drawer?! Or was it jus a home screen full of apps?