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New Galaxy S8 Leak Reveals Samsung's Powerful Surprise

With the updated Galaxy Note 7 phablets still sitting in Samsung's warehouse waiting for the right moment to go back on sale, the South Korean company will be looking to next year's flagship smartphone to recover some of the excitement and rebuild trust in the Galaxy brand. And a recent hardware leak suggests that Samsung is going all-in on one of those exciting areas.
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