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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ colors leaked on Twitter

Galaxy S8 prices and colors leaked on Twitter
Galaxy S8 prices and colors leaked on Twitter
An image of the upcoming Galaxy S8 and S8+ was recently revealed on Twitter. They will be offered in three colors, at least initially.

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An image of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ devices was revealed on Twitter this morning by well-known leaker Evan Blass. Given his reputation for accurate leaks and the proximity to the phones' announcement date, the information is likely to be accurate. The leaked picture shows both of Samsung's new devices being offered in black sky, orchid grey, and arctic silver. Although those are the only three colors listed, Samsung often releases their devices in new colors after they've been out for a while.

Samsung hasn't released official specifications yet, but many believe the devices will feature the following specs:

  • 5.8" 2560x1440 display (S8) and 6.2" 2960x1440 display (S8+)
  • 64GB and 128GB models with microSD
  • Snapdragon 835
  • 4GB of ram
  • Adreno 540
  • 12 MP camera with OIS
  • 3000mAh battery (S8) and 3500mAh battery (S8+) 
  • USB Type-C IP68 certified dust and waterproofing
  • Iris scanner

While these are only the rumored specifications, they don't deviate far from what Samsung has offered in previous devices such as the S7 and S7 edge. The processor type, camera, battery size, display resolution, and IP certification all line up Samsung's past offerings. It will be at least a week or so before the official specs are released.

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Nicholas Morbidelli, 2017-03-20 (Update: 2017-03-22)