Samsung Galaxy S8 Allegedly Leaks in Blue, Gray, Silver and Purple Colors
Sunday, 19 March 2017 Samsung’s upcoming flagship has leaked in a plenitude of images, as more information about the new phone continues to surface on a daily basis. The latest shows the smartphone in a number of colors, including blue, gray, silver and purple. Recent reports have said that Samsung plans to offer its upcoming flagship in multiple colors, as to make it more attractive to customers. We’re seen images of the black and gold Galaxy S8 and now it’s time to see how the phone might look like in blue, gray and silver hues. The blue Galaxy S8 resembles the Coral Blue variant of the Galaxy S7 edge, but sadly the report doesn’t reveal the back of the phone. Nonetheless, it’s enough to get an idea on how the phone might look like in such color options. Samsung Galaxy S8 in purple Another recent leak reveals the phone in the rumored p...
Samsung has been strict about releasing any details about its new flagship phone leading up to its grand reveal on March 29, there still has been a healthy dose of alleged Galaxy S8 leaks. In the latest leak, TechDroider tweeted a picture that appears to be the front plate of the Galaxy S8. The...
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