You can now download unreleased Samsung Galaxy Note 8 wallpapers – all 13 of them to your device right now. Here are the details.

All eyes right now seem to be on Apple and its impending iPhone 8 announcement, but Samsung has its own flagship release just around the corner with the Galaxy Note 8, and excitement is growing ahead of the announcement that will take place on August 23rd

Following a disastrous Galaxy Note 7 release that eventually saw the device discontinued, everyone is looking to Samsung to see how things pan out this time around. No matter what though, it is highly unlikely anything can come close to going as badly wrong as it did last time out!

If you are excited for the Galaxy Note 8, then rejoice, because you can get your very own taste of it right now, no matter what smartphone you have in your pocket. We had already been treated to a glimpse of the wallpapers that will ship on the device when it is released, and now we can download 13 of them as well, thanks to an upload to a SamsungVN thread. The thread has since been deleted, but as you’d expect, the wallpapers have been re-uploaded by a number of sources.

We do not know with certainty that these are the only wallpapers that will ship alongside the Galaxy Note 8 but the the 13 available here are the usual array of gradients and fancy artistry, and if you have a Galaxy S8, then you will know exactly the kinds of wallpapers to expect. Most of these are unique though, so if you want to get your hands on a new wallpaper, this would be a great place to start.

Each one is 2560×2560 resolution though, so there will need to be some scaling going on no matter what – bear that in mind when making your wallpaper choice.

The Galaxy Note 8 will be announced at an event in New York City on August 23rd and will feature a 6.3-inch display, Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB of RAM while looking similar to the Galaxy S8 on the outside.

You can download the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 wallpapers pack from here.

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