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Um why is there a teddy bear emoji on these leaked Samsung Galaxy S8 camera photos?


Okay, now the Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks are just getting ridiculous.

We’re just days away from Samsung’s big reveal, so, naturally, we’ve pretty much seen the entire phone at this point.

Now, thanks to another intrepid leaker, we have a new batch of high-resolution photos to obsess over, but the only part we care about with this current batch is: 

Why the hell is there a teddy bear emoji on the camera interface?

The leak, which comes from AndroidMX, shows various up-close shots of the Galaxy S8+ in use (and, once again, not exploding). You can see a clear look at the home screen, and what looks like just about every settings menu (in Spanish), but the real gem is the shot of the camera interface. Read more…

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