Galaxy S8 user interface and icons showcased in a series of images

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Thanks to myriad live images, videos, press renders and other tidbits, we've got a pretty good inkling of what Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8+ will offer. Through the aforementioned leaks, we've also caught a few glimpses of the user interface, which appears to have been given a customary refresh. Thanks to a handful of new images extracted from a recent APK of Samsung Smart Switch, we can take a closer look at the tweaked UI and the modified icons therein.

While the images are not of high resolution, they do offer a decent peek at what S8 users can expect to see when they fire up their devices for the first time. It's almost certain that the forthcoming duo will be based on Android 7.0 Nougat, with Samsung's own enhancements perched atop. Formerly known as TouchWiz, Sammy recently changed the moniker for its custom high-end overlay to Samsung Experience. The switch was befitting of the company's continued transition towards a more functional, simplistic setup and judging by latest screenshots, the S8 will very much continue in this ilk. 

The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are set to be announced at a special Unpacked event on March 29th, with an end user roll-out to begin from April 21st. In the meantime, take a peek at the gallery below for the screenshots, and as ever, stay tuned for the latest Galaxy S8-related info as it's made available.


source: SamMobile

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9.0

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9.0
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  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera) 8 MP front
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9.0

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