Samsung has at last released the long awaited Galaxy S8 teaser. While the teaser doesn't show the phone itself but the outline looks typically similar to the leaked images that we have seen so far. Moreover, the company has also unraveled the Galaxy Tab S3 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The first teaser video takes direct aim at the smartphones with physical buttons and then shows a button-less design and states that it is the future of smartphones. Based on all the leaks and information that we have seen so far, Samsung Galaxy is coming up with no physical buttons. Allegedly, the company is moving the fingerprint sensor at the back of the phone near the camera and it will use on-screen navigation.
The second teaser video released by Samsung via SamMobile on Twitter, shows the evolution of phones through history. It starts off with a classic flip phone's outline along with the launch year and then makes its way to a silhouette of the Galaxy S8, showing a device with almost no bezels.
Samsung has also announced that its next unpacked event will take place on March 29. The event, where Samsung will be "unboxing" the Galaxy S8 and S8+, will take place in New York City.