Samsung's highly anticipated Galaxy Note 8 in its four available colors: Black, grey, blue, and gold.
The Note 8 has a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display. All of those marketing terms equate to a screen that's tall, crisp, and vibrant.
As with the Galaxy S8 line, the Note 8's display has very little in form of bezels on the sides, with the top and bottom having the bare minimum.
The back is a giant slab of glass you'll want to put a case on.
Notice the dual-camera setup? Fake bokeh photos are in your future.
There is a fingerprint sensor on the Note 8, and it's still in the awkward spot next to the camera lens. With the larger phone, it's going to be even more of a stretch to use it.
A dedicated Bixby button is found on the left side of the phone.
The S-Pen is improved over the Note 5, with better pressure sensitivity and a smaller tip.
The Note 8 is IP68 certified with or without the S-Pen installed. Meaning, you can drop it in water and not worry about ruining your phone.
Samsung's Drew Blackard shows of new software features set to launch with the Note 8.
A new S-Pen feature will let you write or draw messages. Live Messages can be sent through text, email, or messengers and are replayed as an animated GIFs.
To take advantage of the larger display, App Pair will let you assign two apps to launch simultaneously in multi-window mode with a tap.
In this photo, the YouTube app and Samsung Internet are an App Pair.
From left to right: Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus, Note 8.
The Note 8, as you can see, isn't as rounded on the corners and is a tad taller than the S8 Plus.
Another shot of the same three Samsung devices, for comparison.
The Note 8 is also slightly taller than Apple's iPhone 7 Plus, but it has a 6.3-inch display compared to the 5.5-inch screen of the iPhone 7 Plus.
Big phones aren't going anywhere.
Samsung's DeX platform is also receiving some important updates.
Gaming is now possible with the Note 8 and DeX, with games forced to go full screen when docked.
Also, Samsung is adding support for more accessories, such as the MIDI keyboard seen here.
Samsung continues to push forward its own ecosystem of devices, apps, and services. In this photo alone, you'll find a smartphone, a VR headset, a 360-degree camera, a smartwatch, and a Wi-Fi router.
Speaking of Gear VR, the Note 8 will require a new headset, which will be available at launch.
Those who pre-order the Note 8 can pick between a free Gear 360 or a 128GB microSD card and a fast charging wireless pad.