It has leaked in various forms about a zillion times, and now the Galaxy S8 has leaked as a apparently official press render. This leak comes courtesy of the one and only Evan "evleaks" Blass. It looks pretty much like you'd expect from all the previous leaks.
As per the earlier reports suggests this year's flagship device will come in two versions - a smaller one with a screen size of 5.8" and a plus one with 6.2" screen size. Both the version will flaunt curved design and rounded screen corners so it's hard to predict which version of the device is leaked.
As you can see in the depicted picture there are no buttons on the front of the phone because they've moved to software this year. On the top of the device there's an iris scanning sensor too, the tech which debuted on the now-discontinued Note 7.
On the left side there's a volume rocker, power on the right but there's one more button one just below the volume rocker. What's that for? May be some kind of a short key?Hard to predict anything as of now. We'll get to know everything on March 29th, the date on which the Samsung has scheduled its next Unpacked event.