With just a couple of days until Samsung fully takes the wraps off of its new smartphones, the Galaxy Note 7 and the Galaxy Note 7 Edge, rumors on what the devices would be like are running wild on the Internet. 

The latest development in the hype saga of the handsets is the leakage of a set of photos showing the flat display of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. 

Leaker The Malignant released the photos of the flat prototype of the Galaxy Note 7 on Twitter after obtaining them from an unknown Weibo leaker, as per SlashGear, who even noted that this is unusual for the tipster who mainly follows and leaks about HTC devices. 

The tech site also noted that the photo shows the standard version of the Note 7 that comes with a 6-inch QHD 2K Super AMOLED display. This is very interesting because previous leaks and reports are pointing at a 5.8-inch display. 

Since previously leaked renders show the Note 7 with slightly curved display, could this mean that there’s going to be three versions —a flat Note 7, a non-flat Note 7 and a Note 7 Edge—when the smartphones are launched and released on Aug. 2?

Though there’s no word yet on the possibility of having three versions, what’s already confirmed is that the Note 7 will be the first smartphone to come with an iris-scanning biometrics technology..

According to TechRadar, the iris scanner is a notable addition to the Galaxy Note 7, but users must take note that it will not function well when they are too close to the device, or when they are wearing glasses or contact lenses.

Meanwhile, other specs and features that fans can expect from the Note 7 smartphones include a dual-lens 12 megapixel back camera with OIS and LED flash and a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper. 

Samsung has also dropped the 32GB base model for the 64GB model. There’s also a variant with 128GB built-in storage. All versions are said to come with a microSD card slot that can accommodate up to 128GB additional storage. 

The Note 7 screen is designed to always stay on, and the device is also reportedly arriving with a USB Type-C port, PC Advisor reported. 

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is considered the main competitor of the iPhone 7 Pro, which is slated to be released on Sept. 16, alongside the other iPhone 7 variants.