Smartphone display, pictured here, differs from the screen of Samsung Galaxy S8, in addition, it is differently located sensors and earpiece. If that's true - and the August debut is to be believed - then Samsung has nearly certainly finalised the design.
Of course, there's no way for us to actually verify this image's legitimacy, so it's worth taking it with due caution. Now, the "Buy One, Get One Free" offer is going on only in the US via the official online stores of Samsung, and you will not be able to pick any device with BOGO offer from any other online/offline stores rather than official online Samsung stores like Samsung.com and the Shop Samsung App. So if you are looking to upgrade your device to Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus with a trade-in - hurry up!
The image shows the Galaxy Note 8 featuring a rectangular body. The Infinity Display design - with its slim bezel and scrubbed-off Home button - has made a return, meaning that this phone looks far more attractive than the Note 7 past year.
This recent image render doesn't reveal the rear of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. These are, in order of release dates, the Galaxy Note 8, iPhone 8, and Google Pixel 2. It also applies to the T-Mobile versions of the Galaxy S8 and S8 plus. After discovering a battery flaw within the phone, Samsung ended manufacturing for the handset and stopped selling it.