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Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks in Purple color and new cases

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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship is passing through countless leaks ahead of its official release scheduled for March 29. The latest leaks regarding the Samsung Galaxy S8 consist of the publication of the Purple edition of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ cases listed the popular online retailer, Amazon.

As previously reported, Samsung Galaxy S8 will come in two versions that vary on sizes. The 5.8-inch version is said to be the standard edition of the device and will simply be called as the Samsung Galaxy S8, and it will be followed by a larger edition of 6.2-inch which will be branded as the Samsung Galaxy S8+. The branding or the larger Galaxy S8 version was cleared a few days ago when the famous leaker Evan Blass released a render of the Galaxy S8+ branding piece. We used to call it as the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus (note that the Galaxy S6 Edge had a “Plus” version of its own that was branded by the company as the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+).

 

According to the source, Samsung will be keeping the Blue version of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ as the standard edition, but there will also be over colors of the phone, such as Black, White, Silver, Gold, and the newest member, Purple. The Purple edition gives the handset a feminist appearance.

Samsung Galaxy S8+ case

The smartphone case maker, Lightning Knight, released on Amazon three colors of Galaxy S8+ cases. The listed cases are in Black, Navy Blue, and Rose Gold colors. According to them, the cases are compatible only with the larger version of the Galaxy S8. But as the dimensions of the upcoming Samsung phone are not officially announced yet, they also didn’t mention dimensions of their own product. Good luck with that LK.

The latest rumors surrounding the Galaxy S8 consist of reports claiming that the handset will not be sporting a metal body design but will instead use a glass-made body on both sides. For further information, take a look at everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy S8.

 

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