Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Leaked Video and Render Shows Device and S-Pen

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Two new leaks have emerged showing what the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may look like and its possible specifications. The new phablet will be a successor of the Galaxy Note 5. Samsung is skipping the Galaxy Note 6 in favour of Note 7, so it can line the phablet with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge flagships.

According to rumours, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will feature sport dual curved edge display, which makes it the first phablet to come with this feature.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Leaked Render:

Evan Blass tweeted a leaked render of the handset along with some information regarding the features. He said, there’ll be only one model for the phablet which contradicts an earlier rumour about Galaxy Note 7. According to that rumour, the device was supposed to have a secondary variant with a flat screen.The leaked render shows the phablet in a new hue – Blue Coral. We can notice the device hasdual curved edges, USB Type-C port, a gold-type frame, embedded fingerprint sensor, part of the camera sensors that house the iris scanner (something that we confirmed a couple of days ago), and the push-to-eject S-Pen stylus.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Leaked Video:

The leaked video comes from the accessory maker Olixer. The filming was done when they were testing new screen protectors for the device. Although the quality of the video is pretty bad, we can make out that the handset lacks bezels and the sheen found on the sliding sides.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is going to have some advanced features. The device will report coming withSnapdragon 820 Chipset. It appeared on Greekbeach a couple of days ago. Apparently, the phablet will feature Android 6.0.1 installed and will come with 4GB of RAM.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will reportedly be released on August 2.

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