It's less than a week until we welcome the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, so there's no surprise there's been a flurry of leaks. But the latest, most interesting news has to do with the phone's camera.
Less ambitious, or not?
It seems that Samsung might debut its first dual camera setup for a flagship smartphone, with one 12MP rear sensor with dual-pixel autofocus, along with an accompanying 13MP telephoto camera featuring 2x optical zoom. Both sensors will have optical image stabilisation.
What will this setup enable? Of course there'll be the popular background blur effect or bokeh but with the new arrangement, there will be better results in low light as well. Seeing how good the camera is on the Galaxy S8 series, expect the camera on this phone to be a big selling point.
In the meantime Samsung has released a teaser video for the phone, though there's no official specs or visuals. Check out the teaser and see what you think Samsung's hinting at.