The image comes from unknown source and shows a smartphone in a rich gold finish that looks similar to the current Galaxy S7 edge at first glance. The image has been sourced from a Weibo account indicating that smartphone may be undergoing test mode.

Going closer, one can see how much bigger the display has grown and spread out over the front face of the device. While the dual edge curves looks no different from the existing S7 edge, the top and bottom bezels have tiny part by a huge margin, so much so, that there’s no place for the usual home button at the bottom. However, there is another detail missing and this would be the navigation keys.

But there's still room for improvement and it's low on innovation, so we have a wish list for what we want to see from the Samsung Galaxy S8. We'd also love to hear what you think, so let us know in the comments below and we'll furiously email them to Samsung.

Some of this is likely to stem from news Samsung will again use its battery division, Samsung SDI , to supply batteries for the Galaxy S8. This is because SDI supplied batteries for the ‘explosive’ Galaxy Note S7, but such a conclusion would be reductionist since the same problems were also found when Samsung used replacement batteries by ATL.

Courtsey: First Techpost, Tech Radar, Forbes.