Signage is seen at the Samsung 837 store in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, New York, U.S., October 10, 2016. Reuters/Andrew Kelly

Latest leaks suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be bigger than the Galaxy S8 Plus as the former sports a 6.3-inch display. The smartphone will also have an exciting dual-lens setup and a stylus.

Popular case maker Olixar reportedly has the official Note 8 cases, FlexiShield, X-Duo and Ultra-Thin, already up for pre-order on MobileFun’s UK and US sites. The cases revealed important points about the much-awaited handset. Earlier this week, a video render of the alleged Note 8 smartphone surfaced online. The design had an Xperia-type touch, and fans were not impressed. However, the cases suggest a different and more stunning design. Given Olixar’s track record, this may well be true.

However, the cases also have a cutout on the rear side for a fingerprint scanner. This could be disappointing for fans, as they are expecting a display-embedded scanner, reports Forbes.

Considering the reports that the iPhone 8 will have a scanner, Samsung fans may be disappointed. A display-embedded fingerprint scanner was expected on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. When this did not happen, all hopes were pinned on the Note 8. Now, it seems that Samsung is still not ready to bring in such a feature.

There are also reports that the Note 8 will be an insanely expensive smartphone. This is more frustrating for fans, even though multiple hardware leaks suggest that the phone will be worth the high price. This year will see the clash between tech giants, as Google will also be releasing the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Then there is the Apple iPhone 8.

Experts are also of the opinion that the Note 8 will have a better camera than the iPhone 7 Plus. It will surely have the best camera Samsung has ever produced. The dual lens setup will have 13MP sensors on both lenses. One will be RGB and the other monochrome.

According to BGR, the camera setup of the Note 8 will be marketed as an Isocell Dual. This is because Samsung is looking to establish a strong Isocell brand for smartphone cameras. Fans are expecting the upcoming Samsung phone to be the first flagship to sport a dual-lens camera. The device is expected to be released late August in New York.

Stay tuned on IBT AU for more updates on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. [In Case You Missed: iPhone 8, Galaxy Note 8 to feature dual-camera setup, reveals leaks; AR can take Apple past Samsung]