Latest Galaxy Note 8 Leaked Schematics Confirm The Phone’s Most Iconic Features

Fresh today is another Galaxy Note 8 leak. As the latest marches forward to the inevitable announcement of Samsung’s new phablet device. A new leak offers us a very solid look at the phone’s overall design, button placement, camera shutter, and curved display. Now that, it’s schematic computer drawing tipping on everything with a hefty helping of salt, and it’s not quite as gorgeous as some of the renders we’ve seen floating around, but nevertheless, it definitely supports many of the other leaks that have already lit a fire under the Android fanbase.

Here’s what is the drawing in line with the previous leaks and renders, showing off the familiar button arrangement on the sides of the device along with the long rectangular camera housing that is expected to hold a pair of lenses as well as the LED flash. Because it has been touted that this time around, Samsung will definitely place a dual camera system on its 2017 Note series. Other specifications and otherwise leaks also pointing at the upcoming Galaxy Note 8’s front panel buttons and widgets.

The front of the device might appear worrisome at first, as the curved display seems to be surrounded on all sides by a bezel of sorts, a bit different from the Galaxy Edge. Everything we’ve seen in the past thus far indicates the phone with edge-to-edge display similar to that of the Galaxy S8, but again the purported drawing shows up the device as it appears in a CAD layout. Such schematics tend to emphasize edges and corners in a way that makes them look much, much larger and flatter than they originally are, so there’s no need to fear about the absence of Samsung’s much-touted “Infinity Display” with this next-generation phablet.

Assuming Samsung hasn’t bumped up its release timetable for the Note line, as recently announced Galaxy Note FE (Fan Edition) into the market, as the replacement for the infamous Note 7 disaster. We’re likely to see the launch of the Note 8 sometime between mid August and September. Stay tuned for more!

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