By Daisy Dunne For Mailonline
Published: 12:15 BST, 1 August 2017 | Updated: 12:15 BST, 1 August 2017
Leaked photos claiming to show the final design of the highly-anticipated Galaxy Note 8 have surfaced online.
The images allegedly reveal that Samsung's answer to the iPhone 8 will be more rectangular than the Galaxy S8 and will be sold in black and gold.
The leak comes just weeks before the device is due to be officially unveiled by Samsung at a launch in New York, according to rumours.
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Leaked photos claiming to show the final design of the highly-anticipated Galaxy Note 8 have surfaced online (pictured)
Rumors surrounding the Note 8 first came to light in April, which had suggested that the Android could have significantly smaller bezels, an infinity screen and dual cameras.
Sources have said its design will mirror that of the Galaxy S8.
Sources have suggested that the Note 8 will have an Infinity display, which has an 18.5-to-9 width-to-length ratio.
The latest leaked images support these rumours and suggest the device will be slightly more rectangular than previous models.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 will keep the edge-to-edge display found on the Galaxy S8, according to the leaked images.
The images suggest the screen of the device will be 6.3-inches (16cm) across but will appear to be the same size as the S8 thanks to a lack of bezels.
Leaked photos have also revealed that the Note 8 could be the first Samsung device to incorporate a dual-lens camera.
And like previous Note devices, the latest model will come with an S Pen stylus, the images suggest.
The images were posted on Twitter by Evan Blass, a well known mobile reporter and leaker based in Philadelphia.
A side by side comparison of the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8. Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 will keep the edge-to-edge display found on the Galaxy S8, according to the leaked images