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Leaked videos of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8!

Are you excited about Samsung’s new soon-to-be-released smartphone? The company is hoping to make a big splash after the disaster that was the Galaxy Note 7. As you may remember, production of the Note 7 was stopped and the gadgets were recalled due to an exploding battery problem.

Now, Samsung is about to release its next venture into the smartphone arena, the Galaxy S8. Great news, we have a couple leaked videos showing the S8 in action for the very first time.

Watch leaked videos of the Galaxy S8

As you will see in the videos, Samsung is implementing an edge-to-edge display by reducing the bezel. The clips are very short and from Korea, but you will still be able to see how the phone functions.

Note: If you are reading this article using the App, click here to see the first leaked Galaxy S8 video.

Note: If you are reading this article using the App, click here to see the second leaked Galaxy S8 video.

The phone has an impressively sleek design that might entice consumers to give Samsung another chance. On top of the phone’s dazzling look, here are some Galaxy S8 Plus specs recently leaked:

  • 4G LTE Capability
  • 6.2″ (full rectangle)/6.1″ (rounded corners) Quad HD+ Super AMOLED Display
  • 12MP Dual Pixel Main Camera
  • 8MP Front Facing Camera
  • IP68 Dust and Water-resistant
  • Iris Scanner
  • Secured by Samsung Knox
  • 64GB Memory with Support for External microSD Card
  • 4GB RAM
  • Samsung Pay
  • Wireless Charging (Charging Pad Required, sold separately)
  • Android Operating System
  • Earphones tuned by AKG

Both the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are expected to be unveiled at the end of March and will be available for purchase in Korea on April 21. Samsung has yet to announce a global release date.

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