The Galaxy Note8 looks stunning in the latest leak

The Note8 should be announced on August 23rd.

Published Mon, Jul 17 2017 9:27 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:54 AM CST

After weeks of unconfirmed bits and pieces of information about the upcoming Galaxy Note8, as the launch date approaches, we are getting a better image of the phone.

Last week, one of the first images of the Note8 surfaced showing a beautiful Infinity Display, and now, a new set of images shows the phone in its full glory.

The Galaxy Note8 looks stunning in the latest leak |

The Note8 should feature a 6.3-inch display, slightly larger than the Galaxy S8+. Unfortunately, the images don't show the back of the phone and the rumored rear dual camera setup.

Read also: Leak confirms that the Note8 will have a headphone jack

The device is expected to be powered by the unreleased Snapdragon 836 and come with 6GB of RAM.

One of the biggest questions is the placement of the fingerprint sensor, which, according to the latest reports, will remain in the awkward position on the back next to the camera.

Read also: Note8 to have two storage size options and insane price

The Note8 should be announced on August 23rd, and it will reportedly have a high price tag of somewhere between $1,000 and $1,100.

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