This is what the Samsung Galaxy S8 looks like

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Say hello to the Galaxy S8.
Say hello to the Galaxy S8.
Photo: Evan Blass/Twitter

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has been fully exposed ahead of its grand unveiling later this month.

Thanks to notorious smartphone leaker Evan Blass, we now have have our first solid look at what Samsung’s next iPhone rival will look like. Blass tweeted a marketing image for the upcoming handset, and the Apple fan in me has to admit — it looks pretty damn good.

samsung galaxy s8
No more home button.
Photo: BGR

Samsung’s new iPhone rival

This isn’t the first leaked image of the Galaxy S8, but it’s certainly the best one we’ve seen so far. (Earlier this week, two videos from Asia showed off the Galaxy S8’s design.)

Samsung supposedly plans to launch two sizes of the Galaxy S8. The design appears similar to what the iPhone 8 is rumored to look like. Bezels on the S8 have been slimmed down thanks to removal of the home button.

More leaked photos of the device were published by BGR this morning. The site revealed that all models of the Galaxy S8 will come with 64GB of internal storage and support for microSDXC cards. Both phones supposedly will pack a dual-lens 12MP camera on the back in an attempt to rival the iPhone 7 Plus’ superb camera.

Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy S8 and S8+ at an event on March 29. The phones should be available in stores shortly afterward.

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  • TJ

    S8+ ?!? Couldn’t think of another way to describe two sizes, could you Samesung.

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    Will it have their newly developed magnesium-hydrogen-plutonium-TNT battery inside?