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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 leaks in midnight black ahead of August 23 launch

22 d ago

Twitter based leaker Evan Blass has shared an extra image of the Galaxy which you can see below.

It seems to suggest the Galaxy Note 8 will launch in Midnight Black as well as Maple Gold, which was one of the shades for the .

The big Samsung Galaxy Note 8 must be awfully difficult to hide because photos of the new Android phone keep leaking on the internet – almost every day.

Today's Note 8 leak shows Samsung's S Pen-equipped smartphone in black, aka midnight black, thanks to a full front render leaked by .

It confirms the return of Samsung's bezel-less 'Infinity Display' from the and , and shows the S Pen in its usual bottom right holster.

In addition to the clearly visible black color, we're also expecting of Orchid Grey and Deep Blue, according to previous leaks.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 won't just be a Galaxy S8 Plus with a slightly bigger screen. In addition to the rumored 6.4-inch display, it's said to have a dual-lens camera on back with , one better than Plus.

Other renders have shown that the Note 8 fingerprint sensor won't be directly adjacent to the camera, a problem we noted in our S8 and S8 Plus reviews when trying to unlock the phones. This is the next best thing to Samsung figuring out how to make the fingerprint sensor work underneath the glass screen.

We won't be able to test the the Galaxy Note 8 until August 23 at Samsung's Unpacked launch event, where the company promises to 'Do big things.' But we're sure the nearly daily leaks will continue until that time.

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