Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks are all over despite the fact that the company issued a statement to the staff to ensure that they keep everything private.
A few days ago, a Samsung Galaxy S8+ logo showed up confirming the name of the second variant of the S8 series. After some rumors had claimed that the S8 will still ship with the Edge moniker, this leak, calmed the claims, confirming the new direction that Samsung will take with the S8 handsets.
Now, fresh reports coming from the same person who came in with the leaked Samsung Galaxy S8+ logo, Evan Blass, seek to clarify the screen sizes of the two S8 phones. There have been mixed reports with claims of a 5.7-inch and6.1-inchh screen for the S8 and S8+, respectively. However, Blass is here to set the record straight, confirming that the 2017 Galaxy S series will ship with two screen sizes of 5.8 and 6.2 inches.
I've been seeing this misreported quite a bit, so, just to clarify:
GS8 – 5.8" QHD
GS8+ – 6.2" QHD
Both displays are, ofc, SAMOLED.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 12, 2017
In addition, Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will keep the same Super AMOLED QHD resolution that was used on the S7 and S7 Edge, something that could mean the phones’ pixel density drops. Still, this is something the naked eye won’t notice at all. Hopefully, Samsung will pack larger batteries into these two phones given their huge display screens.
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