"Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with 5.1" inch Super AMOLED display that gives you vibrant colors.

While the leaked image makes guessing display size hard, it reveals significant differences between Galaxy S8 and the bigger Galaxy S8+. But that market momentum might not be enough to combat Apple's juggernaut, the iPhone.

Finally, it is widely believed that Bluetooth 5.0 functionality will be included with the Galaxy S8 when it arrives on the market.

(3) as Galaxy S8 lacks sufficiently attractive selling points (except full-screen design), the OLED iPhone could well be a bigger draw for consumers. The phone has been listed on Samsung China's website, and users can pre-order the device. The device is expected to follow the design strategy of S8 Plus, with an internal S-Pen and new colour options in the lineup.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the most anticipated devices of this year but sources have suggested that the device is going to cost upwards of $840.

The Galaxy S8 is rumored to house the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset in the U.S. models and the Exynos 8895 chipset for the rest.

As we have reviewed on previous occasions, it is rumored that both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 + would present 3,000 and 3,500 mAh, respectively.

Bixby will be unveiled when the Galaxy S8 emerges, with the Viv Labs Team that worked on initial versions of Siri having been beavering away on the first ever Samsung AI assistant.

Samsung Electronics will hold a Galaxy S8 launch event at the Lincoln Center in NY and the London Here East in London on March 29 (local time).

In August 2015, following the discovery of a massive security vulnerability affecting hundreds of millions of Android devices, Google said that it would release monthly security updates for its OS.

With Samsung's S8 "production imminent, the company had to decide to relocate the fingerprint scanning from the home button to the back of the device at the last minute".

The Galaxy S8 is looking like it'll be even smaller/slimmer than the G6, which makes sense since it has dual-curve displays. The bottom of Galaxy S6 is similar to the iPhones.