There’s an abundance of Galaxy S8 leaks out there on the web already.
But with a week to go until Samsung unveils the phone, a newly-leaked image has given us all the remaining details about one of the most important features: the screen.
Samsung is going for a brand new all-screen design for the front-side of the Galaxy S8, which means the engineers also had to figure out what resolution to use for the massive new displays.
A well-known leaker from Asia, who usually posts details about unreleased devices on Weibo, shared on Twitter an image that shows a working Galaxy S8.
In it, we see the settings screen that will let you manage screen resolution, which reveals the actual size (in pixels) of the screen.
First of all, it’s not surprising to see Samsung let users change the screen resolution of the phone as they see fit.