The launch of Samsung's latest addition to the Galaxy range is just around the corner.
Samsung Australia has begun accepting pre-registrations for the Galaxy Note 8 and issued a teaser image to get people excited about the gadget's forthcoming unveiling.
Of course, this means we still don't know a great deal about how the device will look.
However, the teaser image does suggest that the Galaxy Note 8 will feature a fairly minimal design that will be larger than the Galaxy S8 Plus.
The tagline “do bigger things” certainly hints at this, while the rumours that have swirled in the last few months have also pointed in this direction.
According to the speculation currently doing the rounds, the gadget will come with either a 6.3-inch or 6.4-inch Infinity Display Panel that covers nearly the entire front side of the device.
It's also widely tipped to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, although some sources indicate it will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 8895 system-on-chip (SoC), so we'll have to wait and see for the answer to this particular question.
The rumour mill also suggests that it will feature a microSD card slot, enabling users to add extra storage and easily transfer files from another compatible device.
In addition, insiders have hinted at the Galaxy Note 8 including a new dual-lens camera and a brand new S Pen, which should offer an improved experience to people who want to write notes on the device.
Finally, we're hoping that talk of wireless charging and superior battery life proves to be true.
Thankfully, we don't have long to wait until the answers to all our questions come along.
Press invites for a grand launch on August 23rd have now been sent out, so we'd expect the gadget to be hitting stores towards the end of September.