Samsung will be launching the Galaxy Note 8 later this year. The company had a not so great year in 2017 when the Galaxy Note 7 crisis resulted in a discontinuation of the device shortly after it was launched. The phone however made a comeback with a safer and smaller battery with a different Galaxy Note FE title. Out of the countless leaked renders we’ve come across so far, this might just be the most accurate one yet. dbrand is currently accepting pre-orders for Galaxy Note 8 skins on its website, along with a preview of the said device.

The preview of the Galaxy Note 8 comes with a couple of minor disclaimers:

Regardless, the render looks like a legitimate one of the Galaxy Note 8. The front panel is a large 18:9.5 display surrounded by very minimal bezels. The dual camera setup is shown really clearly in the preview as well. This particular preview shows off the classy looking Mahogany skin by dbrand.

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As far as rumored specs go, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is tipped to go with either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 processor underneath the hood. The dual rear camera setup is said to work the same as the iPhone 7 Plus’, and battery safety will obviously be taken into account.

The Galaxy Note 8 is predicted to be Samsung’s most expensive flagship yet, and is expected to be unveiled sometime late August.