Samsung's Galaxy Note8 gets revealed, if a new accessory render is accurate

There has been a steady stream of leaks in regards to Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note8. Now, it appears that case manufacturer, Olixar, has again let the cat out of the bag, by showing off its accessory line for the handset early.

Naturally, this is only a render and it could be inaccurate, but if the leak from last year is any indication, this could end up being the real deal. What we can see from the image is that the handset will offer a dual camera setup, which could feature the firm's latest ISOCELL sensors. While we have known from previous reports that it would come with a dual camera, this new render is important because the camera array appears to be recessed into the body. This is much different compared to the render that was seen only a couple of days ago.

The front of the handset looks very similar to the leaked images of the front glass of the display and the fingerprint reader is exactly where it is expected, with Samsung being unable to perfect the technology that would have put the sensor under the display.

We will have to wait just a while longer for the official details to be revealed, as Samsung is expected to hold an event sometime in August.

Source: Mobile Fun

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