Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 more filtered images that indicate frames disappear
From the well-known account of Evan Blass we return to see the most possible appearance of the two most anticipated terminals for these coming months: the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6.
The fashion of terminals without frames
Again a brand of covers has exposed one of the secrets that every manufacturer wants to keep safe before a presentation of the caliber of a high reference range.
With a quality to which we are not very accustomed in the leaks, the appearance of both the Galaxy S8 and LG G6 seems already very defined with these new images that confirm one of the trends that we will see in more than one terminal this 2017: the end Of the frames. At least in these two franchises.
From Galaxy S8 we were already hoping not to see side frames among other things by the use of curved edges. But it is that finally it seems that it will be almost all the front that is occupied by the screen. This poses a challenge for the Korean manufacturer, which as we see in these images seems to place the fingerprint sensor in a position that, if confirmed, will not leave anyone indifferent.
From the design of the Galaxy S8 we already have two intrigues: there is no double camera and the fingerprint sensor disappears from the front
Failing to check if it has managed to integrate that sensor in the screen itself, for now it is most likely located next to the camera, which is not yet doubled according to this new filtered image.
If a manufacturer knows what it is to put the fingerprint sensor in the back and make the most of the front, that is LG. The future LG G6 follows that same idea, with a design very similar to the LG G5 but without modular system. We have the buttons outside the front and a double camera on the fingerprint sensor.
While Samsung has already confirmed that there will be no Galaxy S8 starting next week at MWC 2017, LG will indeed teach everyone its new franchise. It will be then when we can tell you from Barcelona and in direct how is the management of new phones without frames and large dimensions.