The Samsung Galaxy S8 is coming and we are all very excited to see the product in real life. But while we’ve been seen the phone make an appearance extensively in numerous leaks, the software part seems to have has been neglected.
Well this changes today, as Sam Mobile has just published a bunch of screenshots depicting the S8’s launcher and app icons. The images were sent in by one of the readers who claims found the screenshots inside the Samsung Smart Watch app apk.
As you can see they are not of very high quality, but they do reveal the essence. As you can see, the Galaxy S8 will arrive with the cleaner TouchWiz version known as Samsung Experience. The device will run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, as it is evident from these images.
In two weeks, Samsung should take the stage in New York and lift the veil off the Galaxy S8 flagship. According to recent info the phone should make it out with WQHD+ resolution which translates into 2880 x 1620 pixels.
The device is going to be among the first to be announced with a Snapdragon 835 chipset under the hood. It will come bundled with new features such as a Virtual Assistant, a DeX desktop extension and possibly a S Pen.
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