Is This What The Samsung Galaxy S8 Really Looks Like?

Leaked images of the upcoming device supports rumours of a long, narrow body, and curved screens.

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Although Samsung's highly anticipated Galaxy S8 is slated to be released in a few weeks time, we've now gotten what seems to be our best look yet at the phone - thanks to a series of new leaked photos

Image via BGR

Tech website BGR posted a series of images that line up with past rumours regarding the device, which have pointed to a phone with minimal bezels that help fit a large, wraparound display.

The larger S8+ features 6.2-inch Quad HD, Super AMOLED display compared to the 5.8-inch screen on the S8.

One other important thing to point out something - there isn't a home button.

The phone's left side has a volume rocker and button below that likely represents the power/lock button, moved from its usual position on the right

Image via BGR

The handsets will be powered by a new Qualcomm processor. On top of that, all models will get 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

A third button is put in place on the right that could belong to the rumoured Samsung AI assistant, said to be called "Bixby"

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"Bixby" will apparently let you do everything from controlling Samsung home appliances and third-party apps to search for objects in pictures and process payments with your voice.

Unlike the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, the S8 will have a headphone jack

Image via BGR

Details are still scarce regarding the camera's image recognition abilities, but the phone will have a 12-megapixel camera at the back and an 8-megapixel front shooter.

Serial tech leaker Evan Blass also tweeted an image of the S8 that pretty much looked like the ones leaked by BGR

We don't have to wait too much longer for the real deal. The Korean tech giant will officially unveil the handset at an event in New York on 29 March.

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