For now, the latest Galaxy Note 8 leaks seem to indicate that Samsung has chose to address that challenge by moving the fingerprint sensor from the front to the back, as it did with the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. It looks like a completed image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8's launch invitation. The screen features an 18.5:9 aspect ratio and covers nearly the entire front side of the handset, curving around its long edges and only leaving minimal space for a top and bottom bezel.

Preorder dates for Galaxy Note 8 are still unknown. It has been speculated that these are the batteries that will be used to power the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. The display of this device is 0.1 inches larger than the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, which comes out at 6.2 inches. So, you can pre-order the new Note 8 smartphone after August 23rd.

Samsung's upcoming Unpacked event on August 23 is fast approaching, which means we haven't got long until the Galaxy Note 8 is finally revealed. The phone is powered by 6GB of RAM along with 64GB of storage space which can further be expanded with the help of a Micro SD card.

Moving to the camera and the biggest highlight of Samsung GalaxyNote 8, the phone will come with a dual rear camera of both 12-megapixel primary and secondary sensors.

Release date of Galaxy Note 8 is about a month later than the release date of Galaxy Note 7 (8/19/2016). Although its normal September launch could be delayed by as much as three months because of supply issues, the new iPhone is expected to have numerous same features as Samsung's new smartphone, including a bezel-free front display. Popular Tipster Evan Blass on twitter revealed the full specs of Samsung GalaxyNote 8 on his twitter account with a link to Venture Beat Article.

All of this and more will certainly require the device to be home to a powerful battery and it just seems like a 3,300mAh battery might not suffice. Many are anticipating that the phone will be released prior or later that the Note 8 release. Images of the final Note 8 design leaked by Evan Blass suggest that the corners will be more squared-off than on the Galaxy S8.