The Galaxy S8's design is it's claim to fame. Everyone seems to be in love with the curved edges and the all new infinity display, but even with all of the glowing reviews improvements can always be made. DBS Designing has just released their concept art for the Note 8 and it makes some much needed changes to the Galaxy lineup. It keeps the infinity display but stretches it to 6.4". We can see a dual lens 16mp camera setup on the rear along with a 13mp camera on the front. The concept device includes a bump in RAM to 6GB and includes 128GB of on board storage. My favorite feature of the concept design is the 4000mah battery. The back of the phone showcases an improved fingerprints scanner placement. The fingerprint scanner is in the center of the rear of the phone just under the camera instead of flanking it to the right like with the Galaxy S8. I am still hopeful that Samsung will be able to figure out a way to embed the fingerprint scanner in the display. The only real downside to this unofficial concept is that DBS decided to place a Samsung logo on the front bezel. Yuck. That is one design element that i hope does not make it to the Note 8. I am hopeful that the Note 8 will come with a 4,000mah battery as mentioned, but I am expecting a 3,600mah battery like we have seen in the S8+. Remember the battery being too large in the Note 7 is what caused all the issues. Samsung won't be repeating that mistake. What are your thoughts on the unofficial design concept? Is this a phone you would buy from Samsung?