Samsung has installed the world’s first cinema LED display at a movie theater in South Korea. Reuters/Andrew Kelly

There are several prospective Galaxy Note 8 designs circulating the web, but no indication as to which is the real one. Even with approximately one month until the smartphone is to be unveiled, Samsung’s vision for the device could change at a moment's notice.

Most recently, tech informant @UniverseIce shared renders of what could possibly a final design for the Galaxy Note 8. Days prior, other leaks surfaced, showing other recent designs for the device. In particular, what is supposedly a front panel for the Galaxy Note 8 from July 14, reveals a thin bezel, similar to the Galaxy S8 design. However, the most recent render shows a much thicker upper and lower bezel, which closely resembles a panel leaked from June 27.

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Overall, fans and pundits expect the Galaxy Note 8 will likely resemble the Galaxy S8 in many ways. The new device will likely adopt the same infinity display and virtual home button introduced on the Galaxy S8. It will likely also feature a capacitive fingerprint scanner on its rear panel like the Galaxy S8. However, Samsung often users design tweaks to differentiate the Galaxy S line from the Galaxy Note line.

Galaxy Note smartphones are typically larger in size than Galaxy S smartphones. In the past, the Galaxy Note had a clear demarcation as a phablet, whereas the Galaxy S was a standard slate smartphone. However, with the introduction of models such as the Galaxy S8+ and the Galaxy S7 Edge, things have changed. The Galaxy S8+ features a 6.2-inch display, while rumors suggest a 6.3-inch display for the Galaxy Note 8. With such a minimal difference, it's a bit hard to see how the Galaxy Note 8 can stand out. However, It’s S-Pen stylus will continue to a major choice factor for Galaxy Note fans. The Galaxy S8+ features a large display but does not have a stylus. Despite the phablet trend started by Samsung in 2010, the reports indicate the Galaxy S8 has sold better than the Galaxy S+ since their April release. It is possible, many die hard Galaxy Note fans could be waiting for the new model to release, passing on the larger Galaxy S model.

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The Galaxy Note 7 was Samsung’s first device to feature a dual-edge display and an S-Pen stylus. However, the device was discontinued due to battery issues that caused several devices to explode. Before the smartphone’s unfortunate fate it’s unique design and interesting features such as an iris scanner and Coral Blue color option were intriguing to consumers.

Similar to the new leaked renders of the Galaxy Note 8, the Galaxy Note 7 features thin side bezels and thicker upper and lower bezels. Perhaps it is possible that the Galaxy Note 8 could be designed to resemble its fallen predecessor to recapture old fans.

However, design details for the Galaxy Note 8 will likely remain unconfirmed until at last Aug. 23, when the device is expected to be unveiled.