Dummy Samsung Galaxy Note 8 spotted in the wild

These photos of Galaxy Note 8 show the design.

We are just days ahead of the official unveiling of the Galaxy Note 8. Lately, we saw a press render of the device leak in the Deep Sea Blue color variant and now we have a slew of dummy Galaxy Note 8 photos leak online.

Dummy Samsung Galaxy Note 8 spotted in the wild

These dummy Galaxy Note 8 photos have been leaked by a Weibo user (via: Android Headlines). These photos seem to have been caught somewhere in China. These dummy units those have leaked via photos seem to resemble a design that is similar to those of the Galaxy Note 8 we have seen previously. Though these photos do not show the real design of the upcoming flagship phablet, they do give us a glimpse of how the device might look like when it is released.

As shown in the photos, the Galaxy Note 8 seems to feature a similar design as the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. The phablet appears to feature a more blocky design (less rounded) than the existing flagship duo. Similar to the Galaxy S8, the Note 8 appears to feature a dedicated physical button for the Bixby voice assistant. There seems to be huge display (Infinity Display panel) with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9.

One of the photos show that the dual-lens rear camera setup of the Galaxy Note 8 with the two lenses positioned next to each other. It also shows the fingerprint scanner's position that seems to be difficult to reach. Besides the near bezel-less design at the front, there seems to be a glass back as well on the Galaxy Note 8.

From what we know so far, the Galaxy Note 8 appears to be fitted with a 6.3-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with minimal bezels at the top and bottom and almost no bezels at the sides. The device is likely to feature an improved S Pen stylus and IP68 water and dust resistant rating. The dual lens rear camera is said to feature a telephoto sensor with 2x optical zoom, optical image stabilization and f/1.7 aperture. The S Pen is said to enable quick note taking while the screen is turned off and support writing message and sharing the same with friends as GIFs.

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