Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 8 has once again appeared on Weibo. The new image render showcases what could be the Galaxy Note 8 in different angles as you can see from the image above.
Notably, the screen-to-body ratio of the device seems to be even better than that of the Galaxy S8 from the image. The leak suggests that the display will be around 6.3-inch which falls in line with the earlier rumors. You can expect QHD resolution or even a 4K display if Samsung intends to push VR really hard.
Further, leaks suggest that the Note 8 will be priced around €999. So, including a 4K display will actually make some sense.
Another thing noticeable from the image is the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner which was missing in some of the earlier leaks. Also, the fingerprint scanner seems to have been repositioned now. It will be right under the dual camera setup.
Samsung is expected to include two 12MP cameras on the back with OIS for each of them. Other rumored features include a Snapdragon 836 chipset, 6GB/8GB of RAM, up to 256GB onboard storage, a 3,300mAh battery, and support for DeX.
The Galaxy Note 8 could either launch in late August just before the IFA 2017 even kickstarts or at the event itself in September.