The Samsung Galaxy Note series has had a strong following since it first pioneered the phablet. After a period where the Note 5 skipped release in some countries, Samsung is expected to come back swinging with an international Note 7 release.
With so many leaks of both the digital render and physical photo kind, we felt it best to just lump them all together in a single post, giving you one port of call to see everything we've seen of the Note 7 up to this point.
The images so far all paint a relatively clear picture of the next Note phablet. It'll likely feature a glass front and back, with both sides curving towards the slim metal edges. To differentiate it from the Galaxy S series, the Note's corners are a little less rounded, keeping with its tradition of being a more rectangular design. The horizontal pinstripe pattern on the back will also help make it stand out from the S-series, as will the different choices in colour.
So far, rumours have predicted we'll see a phone with a 5.7 or 5.8-inch display with curved edges on both sides boasting a resolution of 2560 x 1440, otherwise referred to as Quad HD. We're also likely to see a large battery, probably around the 3,600mAh mark, as well as a revamped Snapdragon 820-series processor paired with 6GB RAM.
The camera on the back is likely to be the same as the one found in the S7 and S7 Edge, while the front selfie camera will be joined by an iris scanner for added security.
Samsung will reveal the Galaxy Note 7 at a press event on 2 August, and is expected to launch it a couple of weeks later. Pricing is likely to be at the high end of the market, so we can expect a phone that costs at least £650 to buy SIM-free, with a monthly contract cost well over £40 per month. You can read all we know so far about the next Note in our Samsung Galaxy Note 7 feature.
Click here to see the full gallery of images we've seen so far.