Samsung broke more than a few hearts when it didn’t show off the highly-anticipated Galaxy S8 at this year’s Mobile World Congress over the weekend. That doesn’t mean Samsung fans are gonna be left in the dark, though.
Officially, all we got from Samsung over the weekend was a buzzy promo video hyping the S8’s official unveiling on March 29.
Unofficially, two newly-leaked videos just surfaced, claiming to show an actual working Galaxy S8 for the first time.
The videos were posted without any real context to prove the footage is legit — there aren’t even any Samsung logos visible on the devices. We don’t see much, since the footage only lasts for a few seconds in both cases, but the leaked phone boasts the massive edge-to-edge screen design we’ve been expecting from the S8, so it’s hard to just pass off as a fake.
Check them out here.
Along with the “all-screen” design, the Galaxy S8 is expected to come in two sizes: a 5.8-inch standard version and a 6.2-inch S8+ model. We’ve also heard that the S8s should have a back-mounted fingerprint sensor, water and dust resistance capabilities, an iris scanner, a new AI assistant named Bixby, wireless charging, a 12-megapixel back camera and 8-megapixel front-facing camera and, of course, a headphone jack.