A little over three weeks are left until Samsung is expected to unveil its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 7 and an image of the smartphone has finally leaked online. The photo reveals the front of the smartphone, showing off its dual-edge display and iris scanner.
The image of the Note 7 leaked onand it reveals the front panel of the smartphone, showing off the display, front camera and the iris scanner. This isn’t the first image of the Galaxy Note 7 to surface online. Just recently, leaked actual press renders of the Note 7. The new photo matches leaked press renders, thus making it a certainty that the Note 7 will come with dual-curved edge screen.
Aside from this, the image also shows that Samsung will be adding its brand name at the top of the screen, whose size is still unclear at this point. Some rumors say the Note 7 will sport a 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch display, with some indicating to 6 inches. Either way, the smartphone is expected to come with a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution display and an iris scanner, pictured in the leaked image.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 could come with Snapdragon 821 CPU
RAM capacity of the Galaxy Note 7 is also unclear. 6GB of RAM capacity would surely be a selling point for the smartphone, but one benchmark test revealed that the Verizon variant carried 4GB of RAM. The smartphone could also come with Snapdragon 820 or the newly released Snapdragon 821 processor, which would certainly make it attractive on the market.
All recent rumors seem to indicate the fact that the Note 7 will come with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and a new version of TouchWiz UI, GraceUX. The smartphone is also expected to sport a redesigned S Pen stylus and it is said to, $50 more than the Galaxy S7 Edge, which wouldn’t be surprising since the Note 7 seems to have more powerful specs.
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