There have already been countless rumors and leaks concerning the Galaxy Note 8’s design. From what we know so far, the Galaxy Note 8 is basically going to be a stretched out version of the Galaxy S8. That’s not a bad thing, considering the fact that Samsung has really pushed the envelope on design with its 2017 flagship.
Many renders and components have surfaced online over the past couple of months claiming to give us a glimpse at the new handset. None have been verified by an official source, however, so it’s unclear how close they are to the real deal.
Something interesting has happened today, though. The official Twitter account for Samsung Exynos has tweeted out a mockup that appears to be remarkably similar to what the Galaxy Note 8 is going to look like.
The subject of the tweet is Samsung’s Exynos 8895 processor. It’s Samsung’s flagship processor at this point in time and already powers the Galaxy S8. The Exynos 8895 will be present inside the Galaxy Note 8 as well.
It’s a mockup after all, seeing as how the device we see in this image doesn’t even have a power button, but it appears to be quite similar to what the Galaxy Note 8 might look like.
This begs the question, did Samsung just subtly tease the Galaxy Note 8 here? Let us know when you think in the comments section below.