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17 rumors we've heard about Samsung's Galaxy S8, one of the biggest smartphones of 2017


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Samsung's Galaxy S8, as it's expected to be called, is said to be announced within the next couple months, and we have a bunch of good rumors from reliable sources to share.

Most recently, one of the most well known gadgets leakers posted an image of the supposed Galaxy S8, leaving very little to the imagination of what it could look like. 

Check out what we've seen and heard about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8:

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This is allegedly the Galaxy S8.

Reliable gadgets leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer posted the below on Twitter, claiming it's the Galaxy S8.

We have no way to confirm if this is, in fact, the real deal, but it does line up with rumors we've heard...

The home button will be a little different.

As the leaked photo above suggests, the Galaxy S8 won't have a physical home button.

The home button may be embedded underneath the front glass panel, according to ET News. If so, it could look and work similarly to the new home button on Xiaomi's new Mi 5s smartphones (pictured above).

That means it could react to touch rather than using a mechanical button you need to physically press down. 

There will be two models with different screen sizes.

There are a couple conflicting rumors surrounding the screen size of the upcoming Galaxy smartphones from Samsung, which I'll call the Galaxy S8 from now on.

One set of rumors claim the smaller model will have a 5.1-inch screen while the larger model will have a 5.5-inch screen, according to "industry sources" that spoke with the Korea Herald. However, the latest leaks suggest otherwise. GSM Arena allegedly obtained details about the upcoming Galaxy phones' dimensions form a case maker, and we could see the smaller Galaxy S8 model come with a large 5.7-inch screen. The larger Galaxy S8 "Plus," as it's being called, could have a huge 6.2-inch screen.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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