Samsung's Galaxy S8 device will end up competing with Apple's new iPhone, which is expected to be released in September.
Blass has to his credit several leaks that made it to the announcement stage, the recent one being the confirmation on the European availability of the Nokia 3310 along with its price. Evan Blass (@evleaks), one of the famous and nearly ever-reliable tipster has revealed the colour options of the smartphone along with pricing details. €799 for the standard Galaxy S8 is a fair chunk of cash by itself, while the bigger Galaxy S8 Plus is priced higher still at €899. This conflicts with images leaked last week which indicated that every device would have a black front, regardless of what colour the rest of the device is. The event will also be streamed live on the company's website.
What is clear in the light of these photographs is that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will arrive with a traditional headphone connector.
If Samsung's new device can establish itself as the safe mobile payments option, it might well get a lot of users who weren't planning to upgrade, but now have a reason to do so. The Galaxy S8 Plus may be similar in size to the Galaxy Note 7, which sold for $849, meaning the S8 Plus may also have a price similar to the 2016 Note smartphone.
The S8 is expected to include a 5.8-inch AMOLED display while the S8+ is tagged for a 6.2-inch display.
The Galaxy Book will be coming in two versions, one with a 12-inch display and one with a smaller 10.2-inch panel. Details are rather skimpy, but Samsung has allegedly built DRAM right into the sensor, therefore granting it the ability to take more pictures faster.
Rumors suggest that the Galaxy S8 would come without the home button. Bixby is Samsung's new artificial intelligence-powered voice assistant, that is rumoured to support seven to eight languages at the time of launch. This is not the first time that we have seen the photos of the upcoming flagship but this is the first time we are seeing images of other colour variants in renders.