Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Leaked In Full Glory [Photos]
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been leaked in full glory, complete with photos and renders. Here are the details.
Serial leaker Evan Blass is back once again, this time using his time wisely to post multiple Galaxy Note 8 leaks throughout the day. After initially taking to Twitter to show off a press image of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 in stunning Midnight Black, Blass has gone back to the microblogging network with a better effort, this time showing off the handset in black and gold, from multiple angles, and even managing to throw in Samsung’s stunning S-Pen in there for good measure.
This is most definitely the best and clearest visual that we’ve had to date of what Samsung is going to bring to market with the Galaxy Note 8, and also actually pretty much confirms that authenticity of a set of device renders which managed to go around social media and the Internet last week. In fact, the press images which show off the Galaxy Note 8 in black and gold, including the gorgeous S-Pen in matching colors, pretty much lives up to everything that we already thought we know about the exterior stylings of the device.
The stunning Midnight Black version, which is likely to be extremely popular with device owners, is basically as dark as you can get from a design. The front, back, and sides surrounding the stunning Infinity Display are all finished in the same Midnight Black color, with the camera housing on the rear of the device also blacked out for effect.
Galaxy Note 8 in black and gold
This in contrast to the gold version of the handset which has a stunning gold front, sides, and back, but which sits in the camera and LED flash in a housing which has the same black styling as the Midnight Black version. The accompanying S-Pen will be offered in the same external finish as the main device.
Galaxy Note 8 in Midnight Black
Samsung is planning on officially announcing the Galaxy Note 8 at a dedicated event on August 23, which will likely result in additional color combinations being shown off, such as the highly anticipated Deep Blue option. This device really needs to be a success for the South Korean business after the unmitigated disaster that was the Note 8’s predecessor, the Galaxy Note 7. Samsung will be hoping that the Note 8 will join ranks with Galaxy S8 and S8+ in repairing the damage done to the company’s reputation.