Early details about the Galaxy Note 8 and beginning to trickle in and a recent leak give an idea of what design the upcoming Samsung device might take. The source, CNbeta, shared Thursday, a sketch mockup of a possible Galaxy S8 design in addition to some specifications details.

According to the source, the Galaxy Note 8 may feature a 6.4-inch 4K (3840 × 2160) resolution display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. This would mean that like the Galaxy S8, the Galaxy Note 8 may not have a home button and may have very thin bezels. The leaked schematics show as much.

They differentiate from leaked images and renders of the Galaxy S8 in that they include an internal S-Pen stylus for the Galaxy Note 8. It is likely the Note 8 will feature a curved edge display and a curved body altogether. Samsung began experimenting with this design on the Galaxy Note 7 and many leaks have shown the Galaxy S8 may have a similar look.

CNbeta also claims the Galaxy Note 8 may feature 6GB of RAM and internal storage options up to 256GB. Phone Arena noted that the RAM capacity is plausible, considering Samsung just released the Galaxy C9 Pro 6GB of RAM. However, the storage capacity rumors may be far fetched. Currently, Samsung flagships are expected to have a standard storage capacity of about 64GB with microSD expansion up to 256GB. 

Other rumors suggest the Galaxy Note 8 may feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 chip, USB-C and an iris scanner. The latter two features originated on the Galaxy Note 7 and are expected to be featured on the Galaxy S8. The Galaxy Note 8 could possibly introduce to Samsung’s devices a dual-lens camera and a 3D touch mechanism. Rumors suggest Samsung might bring back a virtual home button and an optical fingerprint sensor that is embedded underneath the device’s display.

At this time no rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 are confirmed.