The Galaxy Note 10 will get its grand unveiling in less than a month but Samsung fans have just got the ultimate view of this new flagship weeks ahead of its release.
Pictures posted on WinFuture via Roland Quandt, appear to show official Samsung renders of this next-generation device.
And they leave nothing to the imagination.
These photos give a clear and fully uninterrupted view of every inch of this phone with the front, rear and sides all visible in this massive leak.
The biggest changes on show include the triple rear camera which looks set to grace the rear case of the Note 10.
Spin the device around and it seems Samsung is pushing the screen to every corner of the phone with a hole-punched selfie camera meaning there’s no notch or bezel in sight.
Other things revealed in the images include a view of the new S Pen and fans also get a glimpse of some of the updated colours that could be arriving on the Note 10.
Perhaps the most striking is a blue design which changes colour depending on how you hold it in the light.
There’s also a standard Black version on show which looks a little less exciting.
One final thing that eagle-eyed Galaxy fans may have noticed is the lack of fingerprint scanner.
This clearly proves that Samsung is following the Galaxy S10 with an embedded sensor tucked under the screen.
Although there’s no confirmation that these images are real, the leaker has a very good track record of getting things right and they certainly look pretty official.
Luckily there’s not too long to wait until we’ll find out full specs with Samsung revealing on August 7.
The Korean firm recently announced an Unpacked event will take in New York with an invite showing the tip of the S Pen and an image of the camera.
The triple rear snapper could be one of the most exciting upgrades for Galaxy fans with an improved zoom and wide-angle lens both expected to feature.
Other extras that may arrive on the Note 10 include a faster processor, bigger battery and the inclusion of Samsung’s PowerShare technology which can refill other devices and accessories when placed on top of the phone.
Expect plenty more rumours in the coming weeks and express.co.uk will bring all the news live from the event on August 7.