Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 isn't set to launch for months. But there are already plenty of signs pointing towards what to expect, with another leaked image giving a clear look at Samsung’s plans.
This latest leak is said to be based on blueprints for the handset and depicts a device with an all–screen front, in–screen fingerprint scanner and vertical dual lens cameras.
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All of these features have been seen previously in a video showing a leaked dummy model of Samsung’s next-generation Note phone.
Further information from the same source suggests the Galaxy Note 8’s speakers will be made by AKG, the same people behind the Galaxy S8’s excellent bundled headphones.
A 3.5mm headphone slot is also said to be on board, so there's no need to invest in pricey wireless headphones.
What’s more, the device’s S–Pen will apparently get new functionality, with the ability to vibrate as well as be located by Samsung’s Find My Mobile app. The latter is a long overdue move.
Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy Note 8 at September’s annual IFA tech show in Berlin. It's likely to hit shelves later that month.