Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, expected to be the Galaxy S8, is one of the most anticipated devices this year. And after the explosive Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, the Galaxy S8 has been the constant topic of speculation.

It was originally believed that Samsung would debut the new phone at MWC 2017, Barcelona's annual technology tradeshow, in late February. But Samsung has confirmed that won't be the case.

However, the internet doesn't like waiting patiently. So, there has been a huge leak which 'reveals' a lot of details. The first images of the phone have also made their way online:

From various scoops and rumours, these are the other things we gathered:

What's new?

Samsung is planning a major design overhaul for this year’s Galaxy S8. The above image testifies to all previous leaks, as it sports a large display with hardly any bezel visible on all sides.

So Samsung has ditched the Home button and integrated its functionality into the display instead – just like Apple’s rumoured iPhone 8. 

The Home Button is missing and the fingerprint scanner is at the back adjacent to the camera. making the front sport a minimal 'all-display' design.

Here are the other specifications:

How much will the Galaxy S8 cost?

The 5.8-inch model is expected to cost around €799 (Rs 58,000) and the 6.2-inch model at €899 (Rs 65,000)

Samsung Galaxy S8 will be unveiled on March 29th and will have a worldwide April 21st release according to Venture Beat