Galaxy S8 leaks in blue – again

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, and blue. Yes, when it comes to colors, that last one has become something popular since its arrival to the market as
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. When the Note 7 was recalled for the second time, Samsung did not ditch the color but
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to the Galaxy S7 edge. We’ve seen one new leak of the
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in Blue, but
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, nothing else has been seen.

A new photo, however shows the Galaxy S8 and
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in blue, with the wallpaper of both phones reflecting their color (as Samsung has been doing in its press renders). The source suggests that Samsung is preparing to launch a “Violet Blue,” which seems odd in light of the violet and blue colors we’ve seen that have been distinct, not mixed in any way. The image below seems legit, as
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for the Galaxy S8 press renders and phone design (though some leaked photos have shown otherwise).

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Black frames for all the upcoming Galaxy S8 and S8+ color variants could
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by hiding the array of sensors that will grace the handset. The color itself is hard to see unless you look at the bottom of the phones (and it’s only a “snippet” of color, at that).

With this leak, it appears as though the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ blue color is confirmed, though we don’t know its specific nature until further press shots are released. In addition to the six colors above,
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has also surfaced a few weeks ago. Whether or not this blue is the Blue Coral we’ve come to love in the Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy S7 edge is anyone’s guess, but, if it’s legitimate, the press render of the color in all its glory is not too far off.

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