A freshly leaked image depicting the Galaxy S8+ moniker and official logo has surfaced online, just ahead of its proposed launch at the upcoming Samsung Unpacked event. The leak gains further precedence as it comes from the prolific tipster 'Evan Blass aka @evleaks', who owns a reliable track record for leaking product details ahead of the official announcement.
One glance at the leaked screenshot confirms that Samsung will be using the '+' sign instead of the traditional 'Plus' for representing the larger variant of Galaxy S8. The support pages for the dual-SIM version of Galaxy S8+ are now live in India, Singapore, and Kazakhstan, which clearly indicates the flagship smartphone is set for initial release in these countries.
Coming to the confirmed features, the Galaxy S8+ is touted to ship with 6.2in bezel-less display with dual-curved edges and powered by the latest Snapdragon 835 processor chipset. The smartphone is expected to draw its juice from a standard 3500mAh battery.
Furthermore, the smartphone is expected to feature the highly-anticipated Samsung's AI voice-assistant aka Bixby with a new trademark logo ready to be launched.