Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 8 sometime around the end of August or beginning of September. And if the freshly leaked image you see above is genuine, it looks like it'll be the first premium Samsung handset with a dual camera set-up.
The image shows two camera lenses next to each other on the rear, alongside a flash and a fingerprint sensor.
A dual camera set-up is quickly becoming the standard for high-end smartphones. It makes the phone's camera more flexible, as it enhances skills like 'bokeh' shots (where the background is blurred to bring the subject into sharper focus), the telephoto zoom and wide-angle photography.
The snap also shows a large Infinity Display as seen on previous Samsung handsets (the Note 8's is expected to stand 6.3 inches diagonally).
The 3.5mm headphone jack is still present too, which will mean you won't need to buy a new pair of headphones to use with the phone.
Samsung's rear fingerprint sensor has proved controversial. The Galaxy S8 was criticised for positioning it too close to the camera lens, leading users to accidentally smudge the lens.
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