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Leak Reveals Samsung Galaxy S8 Screen Resolution

Even more details about the Samsung Galaxy S8 have leaked ahead its launch on March 30.

While previous leaks have revealed new features like facial recognition and the almost bezel-less ‘infinity display’, Twitter user @UniverselIce has posted a photo which reveals the Galaxy S8’s screen resolution options.

The Galaxy S8’s maximum resolution, WQHD+ 2960×1440, slightly edges out the resolution of the LG G6’s 2880×1440 due to Samsung adopting a slightly ‘taller’ display allowed by a reduction in bezel size.

Like the G6, Samsung also provides lower resolution options for the Galaxy S8 which would place less demand on the GPU for increased battery life.

The same Twitter user also posted a photo of the final packaging of the Galaxy S8+, revealing a 64GB storage option as well as the included accessories.

Samsung will officially launch the Galaxy S8 at 2am AEDT on March 30. The announcement can be viewed live on the Samsung website.

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