Samsung's Galaxy Note is already creating headlines because of the so-called leaked photos of the device. In the said photos, it was provided that it sensor is located adjacent to its dual camera lenses which make it very easy to blur the camera.

Just the previous week, there was a comprehensive report saying that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has a different positioning of its fingerprint sensor and the setup of its dual camera. Despite the news that the device will be offered at a record-breaking price, still, no clear and definite photos of portraying and describing the device was released.

Until some reports emerged which shed light to the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 8. This time, GSM Arena reported that the location of its fingerprint sensor or scanner was described and the confirmation of the setup o its dual camera.

 Seeing the leaked pictures, the fingerprint scanner is located in a place which makes it easy for the user to smudge its camera. However, there is a bump which protects and houses the LED flash, heart rate monitor, cameras, and the fingerprint sensor can aid the user in locating the scanner through touch only.

Speaking of the design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, still, it is the same with some of the photos which were already leaked before. The only difference is that the actual appears to be less schematic. Moreover, its top screen bezel appears to be bigger than that of the S8 duo. Because of that, some claimed that the Note 8 will just look like a bigger version of the S8+

The previous report from Forbes claimed that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will feature a Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 chipset, a 6.3-inch 18.5:9 AMOLED touchscreen, a 3,300 mAh battery and a 6GB of RAM. In terms of its dual camera, it was reported that they will be 12 MP each and that they also have optical image stabilization.

In addition to these above-mentioned features, the Galaxy Note 8 boasts its dominant and expansive screen which also leads to Samsung placing the fingerprint scanner somewhere else. With that, the company had no choice but to put this near the camera on the rear of the said device.