Samsung Galaxy Note 8 image leaks showing iris scanner

Galaxy Note 8 has again hit the rumor mills.

    Samsung is hitting the tech headlines for a number of upcoming devices. One of them is undoubtedly the flagship device - Galaxy Note 8.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 image leaks showing iris scanner

    There are rumors and speculations that the Galaxy Note 8 will be unveiled in August this year at the IFA 2017 show floor. Following this, a number of leaks are appearing online revealing the details of the flagship phablet one by one. We just came across a leak suggesting that the Galaxy Note 8 might arrive with a 13MP dual rear camera setup at its rear. Now, a new image of the device has emerged online.

    Leaked image shows the design

    Going by the latest leak that has come in from Weibo, the Galaxy Note 8 has been leaked giving us a glimpse of its top part. This small region of the device shows that it will arrive with a bezel-less design that we saw on the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Also, there seems to be an iris scanner on it.

    Iris scanner debuted on Note 7

    The iris scanner was long rumored to be seen on Samsung flagship models, but the Galaxy Note 7 was the first one to receive such a feature. The iris scanner was an added security feature along with the fingerprint scanner on the device. The same feature is expected to be seen on the Galaxy Note 8 too.

    What to expect?

    From what we know till now, the Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to arrive with a 6.4-inch curved display similar to the one in the Galaxy S8 series, feature the Snapdragon 836 SoC and have dual 13MP camera sensors at the rear.

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