Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 8 later this month, but we can show you the phone today, in all its glory.

We saw the Galaxy Note 8 in countless leaks so far, including exclusive images obtained by BGR, and renders created based on rumors and leaked designs. But the leaker who usually posts press photos of a device before that device is announced finally managed to get his hands on the Galaxy Note 8 renders.

Evan Blass posted two pictures of the Galaxy Note 8, including one that shows the Midnight Black version of the phone:

https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/892167245740347393

A second image shows the phone from all angles, complete with the mandatory S Pen stylus inclusion. And there’s an additional color too:

https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/892286351445504000

The second render also shows the rear side of the phone, confirming what we saw in plenty of other renders in the previous months: the camera setup. We’re looking at a dual lens camera on the back, with the heart rate sensor and fingerprint sensor placed right next to it. The Galaxy Note 8 will be the first Samsung flagship to pack a dual rear camera, and a recent leak showed us the various features Samsung cooked up for its Isocell Dual cameras.

Interestingly, Blass’s images put the final nail in @OnLeaks purported Galaxy Note 8 design that looked nothing like the Galaxy S8.

https://twitter.com/OnLeaks/status/885770925362339840

The Galaxy Note 8 will be announced on August 23rd during a special media event in New York, and will likely launch in the days after that.

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