Samsung is preparing to transfer power. (Duncan Alfreds, Fin24)
Barcelona - After rough 2016, South Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung may redeem itself with an amazingly designed Galaxy S8 device this year.
The most detailed image of the yet-to-be-released device has been unveiled by one of the world’s most accurate smartphone leakers - alluding to rumours that the this could be a controlled leak.
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Evan Blass, tech reporter, has built a reputation for accurately leaking images of some of the world’s biggest smartphones on Twitter previously.
Blass tweeted an image of the device along with the caption: “I think this is what you've been waiting for.”
The allegedly image shows the company’s latest flagship device with an almost bezel-less display.
Rumoured specs of the company’s next flagship device includes a 5.1 inch display, 12 megapixel camera and the Snapdragon 830 chipset with 6GB of RAM and a 4K display.
Samsung avoided launching the S8 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week as it is still recovering from the exploding Note 7 saga.
Last year, the electronics manufacturer unveiled its S7 and S7 Plus devices during the 2016 MWC.
READ: Don't expect the 'Samsung S8' to be launched next month.
Samsung also recently also announced an 8-point battery safety check for its future devices.
The company opted to announced three new tablets this week at the congress - the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and a 10 and 12-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Book.
Kyle Venktess is covering MWC 2017 in Barcelona for Fin24 on invitation from Huawei.
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