Though Samsung’s upcoming stylus-equipped flagship, the Galaxy Note 7, will officially be unveiled on Aug. 2, we can already see exactly what it looks like thanks to a full set of press photos that made the rounds online. 

Published by Samsung-tracking blog SamMobile, the photos show the Note 7 in three colors: blue, gold and silver (the one color that’s missing here is black), and from all sides. 

The Galaxy Note 7’s looks aren’t exactly a secret, as several press renders leaked a few weeks ago, but these new photos show the gold variant for the first time and the colors are slightly different.

The new photos clearly show that the Note 7 curves on both sides (similarly to the Galaxy S7 Edge). The third black dot on top is likely the rumored iris scanner

See the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in all its glory

Official specifications have not been unveiled, but the rumor mill says it will have a 5.7-inch quad HD Super AMOLED screen, a 12-megapixel camera and IP68 water/dust resistance.

Interestingly, pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 7 have already opened in Dubai, two weeks ahead of launch. Intrigued customers here can leave an AED 500 ($130) deposit to get their device once it ships. 

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