The Galaxy S8 and its larger sibling the Galaxy S8 Plus will be available in "black sky," "orchid grey," and "arctic silver," Evleaks wrote in a tweet. The images attached show a black front for the Galaxy S8, and the different color options that will allegedly be available at launch.
In a follow up tweet, Evleaks said the the S8 will cost €799 (roughly $860), while the S8 Plus model will run €899 (roughly $965). There's no specific carriers, but in Samsung fashion, we suspect most of the larger carriers will carry the Galaxy S8.
There have been a bevy of leaks surrounding the Galaxy S8, ahead of Samsung's press event. The Galaxy S8 is rumored to have a dual-curved display with an "all-screen" design, ultra-high def 4K resolution, a revamped home button, dedicated Bixby AI button, and iris scanning. It's expected to be available for customers in April.
Samsung will livestream the Galaxy S8 announcement at www.samsung.com/galaxy at 11am ET on March 29, 2017. ZDNet will have writers on hand to cover the event.
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