Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is rumored to be released on August 2, and specs of the upcoming phablet have been leaking online for quite some time now. The latest information comes from a Russian blogger and reveals that the battery capacity will be lower than expected.

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 5 last year in August, and it only makes sense for the South Korean company to debut its successor during the same month of this year. Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin has confirmed August 2 as the launch date of Galaxy Note 7, according to GalaxyClub.

It’s not the only piece of information the blogger has provided us with, as Murtazin has also shown that Galaxy Note 7 will arrive with a 3,600mAh battery, as opposed to a 4,000mAh one, as it was previously believed.

The 3,600mAh battery would allow the phone to keep its lights on for about 20 hours of video playback, which is not bad. If the rumor is true, then Note 7’s battery would still be bigger than that on last year’s Galaxy Note 5, which had a capacity of 3,000mAh.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will sport a 5.7-inch display

Aside from the battery size, leakster Murtazin hasn’t revealed any new specifics on the Galaxy Note 7. Still, considering the nature of this info, it’s best if it’s taken with a grain of salt, since it cannot be verified at this point.

Nevertheless, other rumors suggest that the Galaxy Note 7 could come with a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display, a 12MP rear camera, and an 8MP one on the front. The handset will also have 6GB of RAM and run Snapdragon 821 or Exynos 8893, depending on the region.

It is also expected to come with USB-C port and run Android Marshmallow 6.0.1, with an updated version of TouchWiz. Note 7 is said to come with IP68 certification and an iris scanner.

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