‘Samsung Galaxy S8’ News And Updates: The Latest Leaks Give Details Of Colors, Prices, And More

By Jeff Thompson - 20 Mar '17 05:30AM
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The release of Samsung Galaxy S8 is just a week away, and some of its features were leaked previously. Now that the release is coming soon,leaked images of the phone have been released along with its colors, prices, and more. The phone looks very stylish, and as it rumored previously, the leaked images suggest bezel-less screen.

The gadget leaker Evan Blass was posting images and details of the phone and it shows that the phone is coming in three colors - black sky, arctic silver, and orchid gray. He reported that the phone is coming with a larger version possibly called as S8 Plus and provided the European prices of the devices. His tweets state that S8 would be priced at €799 that is around $860, and S8 Plus would be at €899 which is around $965.

Interestingly, he revealed the possible prices of Gear VR headsets, DeX docking station, and Gear 360 cameras as well. The headset is priced at €129 that is around $139, and the camera is at €229 which is around $247. The DeX docking station is priced at €150 and it is roughly around $162. There are already reports that the phone is coming with a bezel-less screen, Ultra 4K resolution, wraparound OLED displays and Snapdragon 835 chipsets amon others. The industry experts are eagerly waiting for the release of the latest device from Samsung, and many of them are suggesting a superb phone this time.

Considering the debacle of the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung wants the upcoming phone to win the market at any cost. This is the reason that the release of the phone did not happen in Mobile World Congress like its predecessors. According to the latest available information, the phone will be released on March 29, and it will be made available for sale on April 21.

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