Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Design FULLY Revealed In Leaked Renders

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Latin American clients favour the Midnight Black version of the S8 smartphones, Samsung said, followed by Orchid Grey and Arctic Silver, the company said. We will welcome the new flagship device on August 23.

But the biggest consumer concern for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is if won't end up like last year's fiasco. Meanwhile, the company is bringing several high-end technological features into the smartphone. The launch date has been speculated for quite a while, but it is now official.

The report also claims that Samsung has moved its launch event forward to late July, meaning the handset will be announced at the end of this month - it'll still be a NY launch.

A Samsung spokesman had confirmed to CNNMoney earlier this week that the Note 8 would be unveiled in August. However, now the company is looking to win back its customers with Galaxy Note 8. With just over a month left for its arrival, we're having a look at some of the reasons why it will be worth the wait. The new model will definitely feature the same infinity display that impressed us in the Samsung Galaxy S8. Samsung's latest announcement also means that the phone will not be launched at the IFA 2017 event in Berlin.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Design FULLY Revealed In Leaked Renders
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Design FULLY Revealed In Leaked Renders

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 won't have a home button, and fingerprint sensor is expected to be present on the back cover.

Talking about the dual lens rear camera setup, the Galaxy J7 (2017) Chinese variant will be one of the devices with such a camera arrangement coming from the stable of the South Korean tech giant. Also, the phone will have curved edges.

The future of the Note series was thrown into doubt after the Note 7 nightmare. If this turns to be a fact, then it wouldn't be surprising to see the S9 to bring new standalone features from the Note series.

Onsen didn't release any more details about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 other than its possible price, but for a jump above the Samsung Galaxy Note 7's £749, we'd expect more to be thrown in, no more so than a revamped battery.