It seems the notable gadget leakster Evan Blass is trying to play hide and seek with the curious Galaxy Note 8 fans and perhaps other leakers. Just a few hours ago the leaker shared a render (which is said to be official) of the next Note device which revealed the front panel the device. And now in a new tweet, he has posted another image that shows off the phone’s design from all angles along with the stylus S Pen.
The latest render also reveals a new gold colour version of the Note 8. Previous rumours have suggested that the upcoming flagship will be made available in three colour options- Midnight Black, Orchid Grey and Deep Blue, the Gold variant could likely be the fourth offering. Besides the colour, the render shows the front and back of the new Note handset. If we go by the render, the front panel doesn’t look much different compared to the Galaxy S8 family except for the edges. The Note 8 will likely have a rectangular design instead of curved edges as seen on the Galaxy S8. The device screen would be ‘marginally’ bigger but it will inherit Galaxy S8’s edge-to-edge Infinity display. It also looks like Samsung will retain the Bixby Button on its upcoming flagship. The button is seen to be located on the right side.
When it rains etc. pic.twitter.com/D0lFR5Wn1B
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 1, 2017
As for the rear panel, the render corroborates with earlier reports that claim the Galaxy Note 8 to come with dual camera arrangement. The render shows the two-camera lens stacked horizontally with a flash module and fingerprint sensor positioned to the side of the camera.
Samsung will launch the upcoming flagship at its Galaxy Unpacked event on August 23. The all new Galaxy Note 8 which is said to be the first to dual camera smartphone from the company will really have to be a game changer given that its predecessor had a history of failure.