The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is launching in the next couple of months, but accessory store MobileFun has leaked renders of the phone encased inside a set of Olixar branded cases.

The cases are available in a series of colours, and textures, but the story here is the Galaxy Note 8 render.

The phone has, as been rumoured, got a dual-camera setup on the rear, most likely the ISOCell branded sensors announced by Samsung at MWC Shanghai yesterday. Right, beside that sensor is of course the fingerprint sensor in what’s almost universally decried as an awkward position, though ironically is apparently easier to find with a case on.

The Galaxy Note 8 in the render appears to have the same curved screen of the Galaxy S8/S8+, which will apparently be around 6.3″ in size, with the WQHD resolution of the smaller S series phones. Inside you can expect to find either Samsungs own Exynos 8895 or the 2017 SoC darling, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, 6GB of RAM, and at least 64GB of storage – no word on the expandable storage.

We’re still a couple of months away from a launch of the phone, which could possibly be around the end of August.

Source: MobileFun.
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    Phill Edwards

    You’d hope it will be 128 GB of storage for the rumourwd AU$1500 price tag.