Only a few more days left until Samsung officially launches and releases on the same day its Galaxy Note 7. As the hype over the phablet continues to soar, more and more details are being released online.

The latest news updates about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 point toward the photos @OnLeaks shared on Twitter on Friday, to the delight of the tipster's followers. 

Though the images do not reveal anything new about the handset, they give a clear close-up view on what the appearance of the Note 7 would be like.

@OnLeaks also shared a link to a Nowhereelse.fr article that features all of the possibly official renders of the different color variants of the Android-running smartphone.

Meanwhile, the price tag of the Galaxy Note 7 has been revealed to be €850, according to GSM Arena. When converted to the U.S. dollar currency, the phone would be valued at $950. 

The price tag could be the one for the Note 7 64GB variant, since Samsung has ditched the 32GB base model for this iteration. Compared with the Note 5’s $840 price tag for the 64GB model, the Note 7’s market value is significantly bigger on launch.

Nonetheless, the more expensive pricing for the Note 7 is understandable, since the device will be sporting a lot of premium features, including the first ever iris-scanning technology in a smartphone. 

Other specifications and features of the handset are sure to impress loyal Samsung fans. Forbes reported that the new phablet will come with a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen that has 2K screen resolution, USB-C port, a new S Pen and a 3,500mAh battery.

Consumers can expect an Exynos 8893 version and a Snapdragon 821 version for the chipset variants. Additionally, though initial reports claimed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will only rock 4GB of RAM, there are some reports suggesting that the South Korean tech giant has also prepared a top-specced variant with 6GB of RAM.

Every rumored detail about the Galaxy Note 7 will be confirmed when Samsung finally takes the wraps off of the device during its Unpacked event on Aug. 2.