Samsung won’t reveal the Galaxy S8 at Mobile World Congress this year, but word is that the company will reveal the announcement date of its upcoming flagship instead. So we’re left to the leaks to keep us afloat until the big reveal.
Thanks to images posted to Twitter, we’ve got what appears to be a look at the front of the Galaxy S8, showing off a minimal amount of bezels and app icons for the Phone, Calendar, Messages, Gallery, and more.
The image also shows us how the on-screen buttons will apparently look like. As has been previously rumored, Samsung is ditching the capacitive buttons and the physical Home button to opt for on-screen controls. With the back button on the right, it would stand to reason that the home option will be in the center, with the recent apps on the far left.
Well, if this is indeed the Galaxy S8, and it seems like it could be, it’s certainly an interesting looking device. What do you think of the minimal bezels, and those on-screen buttons?