Samsung’s long–awaited Galaxy Note 8 is due to be unveiled on 23rd August.
But the Korean company has seemingly failed to keep things under wraps, after an official image of the next-generation Note phone leaked online.
Serial leaker Evan Blass revealed the all–angles shot on Twitter, showing a gold smartphone that does not feature a home button and has a similar edge-to-edge Infinity Display to the Galaxy S8, released earlier this year.
There’s also a new S–Pen, which appears identical to that sold alongside last year’s doomed Galaxy Note 7.
As per previous rumours, the Galaxy Note 8 has a dual camera set-up and looks to have a fingerprint scanner built into the device’s screen.
This is a function Apple is said to be ditching from its forthcoming iPhone 8, giving Samsung a key edge in the battle for smartphone supremacy.
The photo does not give up any more spec secrets, although it’s widely assumed the Galaxy Note 8 will run the latest Android software, with a top–end Qualcomm processor and a hefty 6GB of RAM.
The display will clock in at a hefty 6.3–inches.
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