Immerse yourself in a bigger view that still fits comfortably in your hand. Galaxy S8 and S8+ break free from the confines of bezels, offering a smooth, uninterrupted surface that flows seamlessly over the edges. To do this, we completely redesigned the phone from the inside out. And we embedded the home button under the screen, where it stays hidden until you need it. So you get a bigger, unobstructed view without a larger phone.
Beyond the bezel
The Infinity Display sets a new standard for uninterrupted, immersive experiences. It enables an expanded screen size without necessitating a larger phone. So while the view is grander, Galaxy S8 and S8+ feel small in your hand, making them easy to hold and use.
Galaxy S8 in land scape mode
Image of an astronaut floating above Earth
The big screen that feels small
You’ll immediately notice the comfortable grip of the smooth curves, which allow you to hold on easily while you watch movies on the larger screen. And important shortcuts are a swipe away, as the edge screen is available on both the Galaxy S8 and S8+.
Hand holding Galaxy S8 Galaxy S8 being held in hand
Sleek all around
Complementing the uniform front is the equally smooth silhouette on the back. The rear camera sits almost entirely flush with the surface for a visually tranquil profile.
Video showing how the rear camera sits perfectly flush with the back of the Galaxy S8 Upper half of the back of Galaxy S8
Take your pick
With several color options in two sizes, there’s a Galaxy S8 or S8+ for everyone. Go big or standard, go gold or silver—the choice is entirely yours.
More screen means more is seen
Be it movies or games, you’ll get drawn into the action on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ screens. Not only are they the biggest, most immersive displays for Galaxy smartphones of these sizes, with the 18.5:9 display ratio, you get the whole scene on your screen.
0” Front view of Galaxy S8 showing its 5.8 inch screen size
0” Front view of Galaxy S8+ showing its 6.2 inch screen size
*Infinity Display: a bezel-less, full-frontal, edge-to-edge screen.
*Default resolution is Full HD+ and can be changed to Quad HD+ (WQHD+) in Settings.
*Screen measured diagonally as a full rectangle without accounting for the rounded corners.
Scroll less, do more
Text while you watch a movie or make a list while you browse. You’re able to multitask efficiently due to the bigger screen, and you can choose what your focus is by easily resizing the windows. And when just one thing has your attention, you’ll see more of the article or your social media feed, so you scroll less.
Galaxy S8 in portrait mode showing a lot of content on the screen
Invisible but accessible
The new navigation keys are no different from the physical ones you’re used to. Only they’re now beautifully inconspicuous—until you need them. The home key is where it normally is, and it works just as usual with a simple press.
Pressure SensorPress for the home button
Video of the layers of the Galaxy S8 coming together to show the new soft key Home key Video where the pressure sensor is shown within a deconstructed Galaxy S8 and then the parts come together as one complete phone and then the phone stands up to show the home key on the front
Styled for the future
Enjoy seamless navigation on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ with a sleek and clean interface that aligns beautifully with the smooth Infinity Display. As you unlock from the AOD (Always On Display) and switch between apps, the visual journey on screen is just as striking as the exterior.