It is safe to say that many are anticipating the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which last we heard, could be unveiled at IFA 2017 later this year. This is because following the snafu of the Galaxy Note 7 last year, many are curious to see if Samsung will be able to achieve a successful Note launch for 2017.
That being said, the rumors surrounding the Note 8 are plenty but thanks to images posted onto Slashleaks, alleged schematics of the phone are now showing off additional details. For starters in the image above and to the left, it shows off the back part of the phone where it appears that the Note 8 will be packing dual cameras and also what appears to be dual flash units.
There is a circular cutout below the cameras which we can’t be sure what it is, but it looks like it could be a fingerprint sensor. This is in line with an earlier rumor that suggested that Samsung still cannot get the embedded sensor to work, and could be resorting to an external sensor like with the Galaxy S8, although this placement does look a lot better than that of the Galaxy S8.
Other than that, the schematics on the right of the image shows what appears to be the top and bottom of the phone, where it appears that the Note 8 could adopt USB-C connectivity and will have speakers on the top and bottom, but since these schematics cannot be verified, do take it with a grain of salt for now.