Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus show it all in side-by-side photo leak

Side-by-side photo of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus

Newly leaked photos of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus are here to help you decide if you want to go big, or go really, really big.

We're finally seeing both Android Nougat phones side-by-side and, for the first time, we can compare the rumored 5.8- and 6.2-inch screen sizes thanks to SlashLeaks.

Both versions sport a curved display and are alleged to have similar dimensions to the 5.1-inch Samsung Galaxy S7 and 5.5-inch Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

Samsung Galaxy S8 (left) and S8 Plus (right) next to each other (Credit: SlashLinks/Dimitri12)

Don't worry about stretching your hands too much. While the display sizes have expanded to a taller 18.5:9 ratio, the body is supposed to stay the same.

The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus are said to have very little needless bezel, to the point that Samsung may call an 'infinity display,' according to a new patent.

Real Samsung Galaxy S8 photos?

This Samsung Galaxy S8 photo looks like the real deal. It's not too blurry, it's not a render and it backs up all of the factual-sounding S8 rumors we've heard so far.

We see the iris scanner at the top, the on-screen home button at the bottom (a big switch for Samsung users) and an elegantly curved display – on both phone sizes. Check, check and double check.

The photo also comes from one of the top leakers, Dimitri12, and appears to be sourced very recently from China. The lockscreen date translates to 'March 4, Saturday,' meaning they're unlikely to be prototype phones.

At MWC 2017, Samsung teased the Galaxy S8 launch for March 29. We'll be there to test out the two phones in both New York and London.

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