We’ve seeing leaked renders of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ almost on a daily basis now. Over the past few days, we’ve seen many renders that have more or less confirmed what the three main color options that the new flagship is going to be launched with. The latest leaked render shows us that there’s going to be a slight difference in the branding of the Galaxy S8 that’s going to be released in the United States.


We’re about a week away from the official launch of Samsung’s 2017 flagship smartphone. The company confirmed at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona last month that it’s going to show off the new flagship smartphone on March 29th.

The official announcement will be made during a press event that’s going to be taking place in London and New York City on March 29th. Expect to hear the pricing and availability details of the new flagship that day.

Compare the render that has been leaked just now with the ones you’ve seen previously and you’ll immediately notice that the units headed to the United States will also feature a “Galaxy S8” branding on the back while units meant for other markets will only have the “Samsung” branding on the back.

This render has been leaked by the serial Twitter leakster @evleaks whose leaks tend to have credibility so there’s enough reason to believe that this difference in branding is the real deal.

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