When it rains, it pours, which perfectly describes the leaks that have been dropping for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in the past few weeks. One of the latest leaks was in regards to the smartphone’s recently released benchmark results from Antutu and GFXBench.

Disappointing results

As we all know, Antutu and GFXBench results always come with several hardware details and as expected, the Note 8 was no exception. However, one glaring detail seems to have confused Note series fans and tech experts as the benchmark test.

Surprisingly, the result only shows a single 12mp back camera for the Galaxy device, contradicting previous leak reports and rumors of a dual camera setup.

Yet another set of new leaks has been uncovered and this might cause even further more confusion.

Legit marketing brochure?

Just a few hours ago, Ausroid published an article in regards to an anonymous source who gave them what seems to be the official Marketing Brochure of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, possibly confirming several key features that have been rumored for months.

Confirmed dual cameras?

One of the highlighted details in the brochure is the Note 8’s dual cameras. Stating that the smartphone has 2x optical zoom, including optical image stabilization, the leaflet also reveals the camera’s aperture is at f1.7, which would improve low light performance and auto-focus.

The phone will also feature a 6.3 inch, Super AMOLED Infinity display, and just like the Galaxy S8 and S8+, it will sport an edge to edge, bezel-less design. Other S8 and S8+ features include Iris Scanning technology, fast wireless charging, and IP68 certification for dust and waterproof capacity.

Improved S Pen

Also making an appearance on the leaflet, is a Samsung Note series staple, the S Pen with some new tricks under its sleeve.

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The Note 8 now has the capability of what Samsung likes to refer to as “Screen-off Memo,” which enables the S Pen to jot down information on the screen, while the device is sleeping. Another S Pen feature is to allow the user to write messages and send them as GIF's.

Other details on the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 8 brochure is Smart Switch, which allows the user to easily transfer files from an old compatible smartphone to the Note 8. Also seen in the brochure are the available color options for the phablet with black and gold.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is scheduled to launch on August 23 at Samsung's Unpacked event in New York.