A Samsung store in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, New York, Oct. 10, 2016. Reuters/Andrew Kelly

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 might feature a 6.3-inch infinity display, similar to one on the Samsung Galaxy S8 according to Dutch website Galaxy Club.

According to the report, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will feature an edge-to-edge display similar to one on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Compared to previous Note devices, the Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be larger — it could feature a 6.3-inch display in comparison to 5.7-inh displays on earlier versions.

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The device’s display aspect ratio is also expected to change — it is now expected to have an 18.5:9 aspect ratio in comparison to 16:9 on the previous device. A better aspect ratio results in better video viewing as well as general usage of the device.

The display resolution of the device is not yet known. Chances are the Note 8 might feature a 1440 x 2960p display like the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, or Samsung could increase the resolution to 4K. The display would give the device the largest usable surface area among 2017 flagships.

Samsung was earlier expected to endow the Galaxy S8 with a display-embedded fingerprint scanner, but had to place it at the rear of the device, due to production issues. With the Note 8, the company is expected to develop such a fingerprint scanner, along with facial recognition. But, given the massive size of the display, it remains to be seen how Samsung places the fingerprint, so that it is easy to use, even with consumers having different hand sizes.

The report contrasts previous rumors of the device coming with Android O at launch and states the phone might offer Android 7.1.1 out of the box. This would make more sense given the Galaxy Note 8 is expected to launch in September at Samsung’s Unpacked Event before the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) in Berlin. Android O meanwhile, is expected to be revealed at the 2017 Google Pixel event, expected to take place in October.

Samsung really needs to make the device appealing to consumers after its Note 7 crisis last year and features such as a large edge-to-edge display might go a long way in doing that.

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The device is also expected to feature a 10nm processor, akin to the Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung could even put in a 8nm processor, going by its recent 2017 processor roadmap reveal. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is also expected to feature a dual camera at the back, similar to the one on the iPhone 7 Plus, but instead of a horizontal setup, it could be vertical.

One of the bigger concerns about the device is the battery. Since the Note 7 crisis was due to a battery fault, Samsung is expected to be very careful with batteries. But, that being a given, it would still need to put in a powerful battery to support such a powerful device.