Samsung Galaxy S8 Hands-On Video Leaked, Shows Rear Fingerprint Scanner and Iris Scanner

Galaxy S8 video

They show on screen buttons, Touch Wiz, always on display and sensor details.

There has been numerous leak these past few days. And the most exciting ones have been regarding Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. There have been leaks about everything from design to specifications. Now we have a new leak on our hands that will set everything about Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus straight.

It is petite; we don’t already know about the much-awaited Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, thanks to the numerous leaks. The leaks show that Samsung has increased the screen to body ratio, made some design enhancements and software upgrades.

The hands-on video we have found confirms all of the above and much more. They show on screen buttons, Touch Wiz, always on display and sensor details. The iris scanner feature was introduced with Galaxy Note 7 but was short lived. Now Samsung is reintroducing it with Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy S8 RAM

Some early leaks had suggested the presence of the dual camera. But that feature has been scrapped. The onscreen buttons have been reversed, and the fingerprint sensor is present at the back. The leaks can be trusted to a large extent, and we can be pretty excited about all the new upgrades and enhancements coming with the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.

There will be improvements regarding Software too. Samsung will introduce its assistant Bixby in the flagship models. It will run on Android Nougat 7.0 with some enhancement by Samsung like Samsung Pay. The smartphone pair will also come with a Continuum like a feature, named as Dex. It’ll let the user hook the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus to a desktop.

Let us know about your thought about these upcoming devices and what you expect of them in the comments.

Ujjwal Sahay
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