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Samsung Galaxy S8 Latest Renders Leaked, Brags with Infinity Display And Rear Fingerprint Sensor

The features and specifications of the yet-to-come highly anticipated smartphones of 2017 is barely a top secret. Recently, the popular leakster Evan Blass has leaked virtually everything about the Samsung Galaxy S8 Smartphone that includes what appears to be the first authentic image of an S8 prototype. Hopefully we think, you all known about it well. However Benjamin Geskin, a famous person for creating realistic renders based on leaks and rumors, took it upon himself to reveal what it seems to be the next thing the company has for an official press release.

So far, Benjamin have created several Galaxy S8 renders and posted on his Twitter. But now, he has shared the latest leaked renders of Galaxy S8, which seems to be the one that Evan Bass has posted online a few days ago that turned out to be the new set of sleek renders. According to this latest leaks, the device includes Infinity Display, Elliptical-shaped rear fingerprint sensor and Bixby button features, which are the main aspects that are the highlight of this render.

Samsung has already claimed to guard the word Bixby for its use, by filing a trademark for it in South Korea. This trademark application ‘Bixby’, would be able to create visual searches, voice recognition and OCR (Optical Character Recognition) via a camera, when used in the smartphone’s/PC’s. However, Samsung has decided to use its own digital assistant Bixby in the upcoming Galaxy S8.

According to the leaked images: On the back-side of the Galaxy S8, Samsung has chosen to fix a fingerprint sensor, which is adjacent to the rear camera, while oppositely on another side it has decided to place the Bixby button. The dual curved edge display has come out very clear in the images. And the Bixby button is also sized correctly on the right side. The rear camera with LED flash is also very noticeable.

On the whole, this fresh reveal seems to be more accurate with an extreme better clarity on the details of Galaxy S8, and has unquestionably raised too much of impatience to wait until its official launch, which is expected to happen on March 29th of this year and would be in markets by the middle of this April.

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