Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is certainly one of the most anticipated smartphones to hit the market in the next few weeks, as information on the device has been leaking for some time now. The latest reveals that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 has just received certification in Russia.

A device carrying the codename SM-N930FD has received certification in Russia, the Galaxy Note 7 name is mentioned in the application. The information comes from MobilTelefon and although no other details are revealed, this post does suggest that Samsung intends to release the device immediately after its launch. Hopefully, it will make it available worldwide and fans from Europe wouldn’t have to wait long until they can purchase the smartphone.

The same thing happened before the release of Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, as the two devices received certification from Russia just two weeks before they were made available for purchase.

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This would suggest that the Note 7 will be made available shortly after its scheduled unveiling, which would be in line with Samsung’s strategy to capture market attention before Apple releases its new iPhone, possibly in September.

Rumors on the Galaxy Note 7 suggest that the smartphone will come with Snapdragon 821 SoC or Exynos 8893 chipset, depending on the region. It will also feature 6G B of RAM and the device is expected to come in multiple storage variants, like 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. Rear camera capacity is said to reach 12MP, with a 5MP camera in the front.

The smartphone should also come with a 3,600mAh or 4,000mAh battery, as previous leaks weren’t too clear on this regard. IP68 certification and an iris scanner is expected on Samsung’s next flagship. The smartphone will clearly run Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 and a new version of TouchWiz, dubbed Grace UX.

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