Samsung Galaxy S8+ prototype with vertical dual cameras on back appears once more

Samsung Galaxy S8+ prototype with vertical dual cameras on back appears once more
Earlier this month, we passed along a photo showing a Samsung model with a vertically placed dual camera setup on the back. This was alleged to be a prototype of the Samsung Galaxy S8+. Apparently, Sammy had it in mind to include the two snappers on the rear of its premium flagship unit. Today, a new leak has surfaced once again, showing the same phone. What looks like an oddly placed fingerprint scanner on back could be merely the reflection from a flash.

Another thought is that the image in the picture is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The most recent speculation has the next Samsung phablet taking its design cues from the Galaxy S8. Of course, the Galaxy Note 8 will carry a larger screen and body size. We also have to consider the possibility that the picture is a fake.

All throughout last year, there was talk that the Galaxy S8 would sport a dual camera setup. That came to an end last December when word reached us (and subsequently you), that Samsung was putting the kibosh on the whole idea.

The front of the prototype looks remarkably similar to the version of the Galaxy S8+ that made the final cut. We have to say that if this is legit, Samsung made the right decision to scrap the dual rear cameras, especially with the vertical placement.


source: Playfuldroid

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