The biggest Samsung Galaxy S8 leak surfaced Tuesday as tech informant, Evan Blass shared an image, which is believed to be a press render of the device directly from Samsung. The telltale sign is that the device features its date as March 29, which is the date Samsung has confirmed it will unveil the Galaxy S8.

The image showcases a handset with no home button and a long frame with thin bezels, likely indicative of the 18.5:9 ratio rumored for the Galaxy S8.

Shortly after render leak, BGR shared a live leak of the Galaxy S8, showing a device that closely resembles the previous handset. This leak shows off the on-screen navigation buttons rumored for the Galaxy S8, as well as its USB-C port and 3.5mm headphone jack. An app on the screen also hints at AT&T availability for the smartphone.

These leaks are just a few of many that have surfaced in recent weeks. Collectively, the Galaxy S8 leaks tell an extremely detailed story about the upcoming smartphone.

Other recent leak from Slash Leaks showcases the Galaxy S8 in a protective case, showcasing its rumored rear-panel fingerprint scanner and camera module, among other features.

slashleakss8 Galaxy S8 image shared by Slash Leaks Photo: Slash Leaks

A mid-February liveleak from Twitter shows the Galaxy S8 front panel and also shows off its on-screen navigation buttons and Edge panel features.

This leaked render from the smartphone case retailer, UAG shows a device very similar to prior leaks.

uags8 Galaxy S8 render shared by UAG Photo: UAG

These schematics renderings shared by CNET Korea indicate 143.05 x 131.58 x 68.05 mm dimensions for the Galaxy S8 and 154.46 x 142.34 x 73.37 mm dimensions for the Galaxy S8 Plus. According to CNET, the schematics are based on an in-person viewing of the Galaxy S8.

cnets8 Galaxy S8 schematics image shared by CNET Korea Photo: CNET Korea

These renderings by the smartphone case retailer, Mobilefun indicate the Galaxy S8 may include a dedicated physical button for the Bixby AI assistant feature.

mobilefuns8 Galaxy S8 case rendering shared by Mobilefun Photo: Mobilefun

Tech blog AndroidBit shared a screencap leak of what the Samsung DeX, Continuum-based software feature. The feature would allow users to project their smartphone screen onto Windows computers.

dexs8 Samsung DeX feature shared by AndroidBit Photo: AndroidBit

Tech blog Android Police also shared an image rendering of how the Galaxy S8 would connect to a computer to enable Samsung DeX.

dexs82 Samsung DeX feature shared by Android Police Photo: Android Police

After Samsung released its Secure Folder software feature for the Galaxy S7, tech blog SamMobile discovered within its instructions, an image, which appears to be the Secure Folder feature on the Galaxy S8.

securefolders8 Galaxy S8 render of Secure Folder shared by SamMobile Photo: SamMobile

Check out some other render reviews here and here.