Samsung Galaxy Note8 dummy model appears, showing us more of what we've already seen

Next week, Samsung will finally unveil its latest handset in the Galaxy line, the Galaxy Note8. Over the course of the past few months, we have slowly learned the details of the smartphone, at first with little tidbits of information here and there, and now, getting full blown renders and images of the device.

Although we have explored pretty much everything there is to know about the smartphone, the latest leak shows off the handset in full and is an alleged dummy device. A dummy model can be many things, but is often used by case manufacturers to produce their products and can also be used by vendors at kiosks to show a consumer what the handset will feel like without using a functional model.

Like we have seen many times in the past, the Galaxy Note8 has very thin bezels around the display and also a highly reflective rear due to its glass panel, similar to the Galaxy S8. On the back-end, we can also see the anticipated dual camera sensor and the still oddly positioned fingerprint reader.

If you'd like to check out a couple more photos, you can head to the source link below. We will have to wait until next week before we get the official details from Samsung's Unpacked event that will be taking place in New York on August 23.

Source: Weibo via BGR, The Verge

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