Time to also check out a beautiful gold Galaxy S8 render, plus US branding on black version
Evan Blass, better known as @evleaks over on Twitter, continues to “leak the f…” out of Samsung’s next flagship phone(s), to the thinly veiled frustration of the Korean company’s PR Manager for America.
In all honesty, while there are still small things to be revealed about the Galaxy S8 and S8+, we wouldn’t exactly call the latest image spills earth-shattering. Once more, we’re treated to sharp press-friendly renders of the highly anticipated Android device in black (sky), (orchid) gray, and as a minor novelty, gold… something.
What’s worth pointing out is, like every other color in Samsung’s rainbow, the gold variant will apparently rock an all-black façade, contradicting those leaked live pics from a little while back that probably starred S8/S8+ prototypes with screen protectors applied to match their rear shades.
Regardless of the chromatic combination, this relatively compact giant sure looks amazing, even when its obligatory Samsung logo is doubled by a Galaxy S8 imprint. That’s what US buyers reportedly need to tolerate, though with the company emblem moved from the front to the back, we’re left hoping intrusive carriers like Verizon and AT&T will finally be contained. Unless, perhaps, their logos replace either the Samsung or Galaxy S8 sign.