The Galaxy S8 is launching tomorrow
There's a big day ahead for Samsung Galaxy fans.
The new Galaxy S8 looks set to get its grand unveiling in London tomorrow and it's expected to be one of the most exciting smartphones of 2017.
Rumours and leaks have suggested the S8 will arrive with a curved display that sweeps across the entire front of the phone.
There could also be a major speed improvement with a new processor expected to be tucked inside and the front and rear camera may also get some extra features including the ability to shoot slow motion video at 1,000 frames per second.
The S8 will no doubt have a longer lasting battery and should hopefully keep its waterproof design.
Alongside the standard S8, Samsung is also expected to reveal a larger S8+ with leaked specs recently suggesting this device will include a giant 6.2-inch display.
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The Galaxy S8 certainly appears to be the phone to beat in 2017 but when will fans get their first glimpse of this phone?
Samsung's Unpacked event is taking place in London and New York with the proceedings starting at 4pm GMT.
Express.co.uk will be at the event in London and will bring you all the news live as it happens.
Although users will get to see the S8 tomorrow there's no word on when an official release date will take place.
Rumours have suggested it will land in shops towards the end of April with some predicting a date of April 20th.
Pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ has already leaked online.
Reliable tipster Evan Blass revealed the next-generation Samsung smartphone range will retail in Europe for €799 for the entry-level S8 (roughly £692).
Meanwhile, the basic Samsung Galaxy S8+ will retail for €899 (roughly £778).
If those figures are to be believed, Apple could have a problem on its hands.
Last month, a source told Fast Company the Apple iPhone 8 would ship with an eye-watering $1,000 price tag for the entry-level model, that's about £802 converted.
That price point would not only make it the most expensive iPhone to date – it would also make it much more expensive than its Samsung rival.