Samsung has recently confirmed that it will unveil a Galaxy device at the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 23. The company teased the phone with a slogan “Do bigger things” along with a silhouette of the S Pen reaffirming that it will indeed the Galaxy Note 8. While reports have already given some major clues about the internals of the device (be it software or hardware), new renders have now surfaced on the Internet which reveals the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in all its glory.
The leaked renders obtained by BGR, were created by a third-party case maker based on the details that are said to have been shared by ‘industry insiders’. The renders give a good glimpse of how the phone will look like. The leaked images which comes in line with previous leaks, reveal that the phone will feature dual rear cameras stacked horizontally. Alongside the dual rear camera we can see the LED flash, the heart-rate sensor in the middle and the fingerprint sensor. The power button can be seen placed on the right side and the volume rockers, the Bixby button can be seen located on the left edge of the device. The USB Type-C port, 3.5mm audio jack, stylus S-Pen and speaker grills will sit at the bottom.
The renders also confirm that the Note 8 will boast the Infinity Display with curves around the edges just like the one seen on the Galaxy S8 series. However, the phone is said to have a higher screen to body ratio compared to the Galaxy S8+.
Besides the leaked renders, images of the supposed Galaxy Note 8 S Pen have also been showcased by SlashLeaks which appears to be similar to one that ‘shipped’ with the previous flagship (ill-fated) Galaxy Note 7.
Earlier reports have suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will feature a 5.7-inch display. The phone is expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 chipset varying on regions. The phone is said to carry 6GB of RAM and pack a 3300mAh battery. The phone is further expected to sport two 12-megapixel sensors on the back panel.