Leaked images show the Galaxy S8's software in intimate detail

In fact, while we are expecting plenty of improvements over last year's flagship models, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge will still be two of the best smartphones money can buy even after the Galaxy S8 launches next month.

While the leaked image makes guessing display size hard, it reveals significant differences between Galaxy S8 and the bigger Galaxy S8+.

Meanwhile, some images, purportedly that of Samsung Galaxy S8 and its bigger cousin Galaxy S8+, surfaced on the Internet.

Based on the FCC documents, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is registered in three different variations carrying model numbers such as SM-G950U, SM-G950U1 and SM-G950W. I've been using the LG G6 for the past week or so, and as I wrote already, it's a phone that makes other devices with similar display sizes feel unbearably large.

"Kuo predicts that a combination of "[un] attractive selling points" and poor timing will hurt the Galaxy S8's long-term prospects.

Last week, the smartphone lost its cachet at Mobile World Congress (MWC) as Samsung Electronics (005930KS) shifted the timing of its traditional Galaxy UNPACKED event until March 29 and overall market growth has slowed.

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the US, Japan and China will get phones running Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor, while Samsung's own Exynos 8895 processor will be used in Europe and the rest of Asia.

This also indicates that the battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy S8 + would be 3,500 mAh, as the rumors pointed and presenting the same features as the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The device comes out next month in the US and it brings interesting features to the Android flagships battle.

The Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 is expected to house an 8 MP rear-facing camera and 5 MP front-facing snapper. Samsung's latest smartphone device is also said to add another layer of security with its facial recognition feature. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is incredibly made for you that is thin and light you could take it anywhere. A report on Android Police notes that global roll out to Galaxy S6 series should follow in the coming weeks.

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