Today, a new set of images has emerged, this time from a Samsung case maker that prefers to remain anonymous, for obvious reasons. The 3D renders were sent to GSMArena, and according to the source, they are “based on accurate schematics.”
The renders don’t reveal anything totally different or new; rather, they add credibility to the Weibo photos that surfaced recently. There are no physical or capacitive buttons on the front; both sides of the screen curve toward the edges; the upper and lower bezels are thin; and the bottom edge houses the headphone jack (surprised?) and charging port — likely of the Type-C variety, because the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and A 2017 series all comply to the new standard.
The 3D renders don’t reveal anything totally different or new; rather, they add credibility to the Weibo photos that surfaced recently.
Perhaps interestingly, two of the photos show speaker cutouts on the top and bottom edge of the unit, suggesting the Galaxy S8 could be the first Samsung handset to introduce stereo sound (read: dual speakers). The single camera module, meanwhile, suggests the S8 might not have two rear-facing cameras, after all. Or maybe only the larger version will have them, as previous reports have indicated.
Whatever the case, we’ll know for sure when the Samsung Galaxy S8 debuts in a few months. It is reportedly scheduled for an April 18 launch event in New York.
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