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New Samsung Galaxy S8 Render Comes from Case Maker Ghostek

Softpedia Wednesday, 11 January 2017
New Samsung Galaxy S8 Render Comes from Case Maker GhostekWe're probably more than a month away from the official reveal of the Samsung Galaxy S8, but rumors about the upcoming flagship continue to flood the online media. A couple of images allegedly showing the Galaxy S8 leaked in the last couple of weeks, but it's hard to take them serious for the time being. Samsung made a plea to its employees and supply chain contractors to avoid leaking anything related to its next flagship in the press. Most of the images of the Galaxy S8 that we've had until now are most likely just concepts made by designers after the information that's been leaked online in the last six months. The last renders of the flagship comes via case maker Ghostek. It's common fact that companies that sell smartphone accessories usually receive details about an upcoming smartphone well ahead of its release on the market. ...
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