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More Galaxy S8 press renders leak as Samsung releases brand new teaser

Published Mar 21st, 2017 9:21AM EDT
Galaxy S8 Release Date Near: Photo Leak and Video Teaser
Image: Samsung

In just a little over a week, all the river of Galaxy S8 leaks will finally run dry, as Samsung is set to unveil the handset during an Unpacked press conference scheduled for March 29th. Until then, however, expect to see a daily barrage of Galaxy S8 leaks and rumors mixed with the occasional official Galaxy S8 announcement and new teaser with. Following the numerous leaks we’ve seen over the past few days, a new press render showing the Galaxy S8 in various colors was posted online, just as Samsung shared a brand new Galaxy S8 clip in its home country of South Korea.

Well-known smartphone leaker Evan Blass posted an image collage on Twitter that shows the Galaxy S8 from every possible angle. As far as colors go, we’re looking at the Orchid Gray and Black Sky versions of the phone in the following image.

The press renders highlight Samsung’s gorgeous design for the phone. We’ve got a massive curved display with narrow bezels, no home button or Samsung logo on the front, and a fingerprint sensor placed on the back next to the camera.

Samsung might not be ready to release any press renders of the phone at this time, but it just posted a new teaser video and poster in Korea.

Image source: Samsung

The poster, featured on The Korea Herald, shows a person standing next to a smartphone-shaped door that opens right into space. The slogan apparently reads “Completion and a New Start.” The device will deliver “never-before-seen experiences,” according to the teaser.

Samsung’s new 16-second clip matches the poster, and was uploaded on the Samsung Mobile Korea YouTube channel on Monday:

Chris Smith
Chris Smith Senior Writer

Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he closely follows the events in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises. Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.