Days after the Galaxy S8 Active was shown off in some hands-on photos, and official-looking render of the device has leaked.
An image of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active has been shared by Evan Blass. The render shows a phone with Samsung’s custom UI running on AT&T. The screen has rounded edges but appears to be flat, unlike the Galaxy S8 and its curved edges.
We can also see that the top and bottom of this Galaxy S8 Active appear to have bumpers that cover the corners, complete with screws. These would help to protect the device when dropped.
Galaxy S8 Active pic.twitter.com/fcOHKzZnLW
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 29, 2017
We’ve yet to seen any solid spec leaks for the Galaxy S8 Active, but previous rumors have suggested that it’ll have a 4000mAh battery, which is 1000mAh larger than the standard Galaxy S8. It’s also been said that the Galaxy S8 Active’s screen size is similar to the Galaxy S8, which has a 5.8-inch display.
There’s still no word on when the Galaxy S8 Active might launch. We’ve already seen get approval from the Wireless Power Consortium and FCC, though, so it’s already cleared some hurdles on its way to marker. Here’s to hoping that an official announcement is close.
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