While Apple remains the king of smartphones, there's little doubt among tech insiders who holds the crown for the best design: Samsung. After impressing with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, a leaked image has surfaced online reportedly showing the design of the forthcoming Galaxy Note 8.

The phone, which follows the disastrous Note 7, is rumored to be in development and slated for launch sometime in August. The leaked image, which you can see below, appeared on a gadget forum called Priceraja.com and appears to show an even greater screen-to-phone ratio than on the Korean giant's previous releases.

Alongside the photo, the user who posted it also corroborated some earlier rumored specs. They include the 6.4-inch display, a Snapdragon 835 processor, a dual-lens 12-megapixel camera, and pricing in line with the Galaxy S8+.

The leak doesn’t, however, reveal whether or not the Note 8 will boast the rumored S-Pen, voice assistant or 4K resolution display.

The sleek design is exciting, but it's important to note that all of the above have yet to be confirmed. Stay tuned for more information on this one.

In other tech news, this $500,000 4K widescreen TV is the largest in the world.

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