Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Zauba Listing Confirms an Iris Scanner

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Zauba, Indian’s import-export website has listed theSamsung Galaxy Note 7 revealing a couple of specifics. The listing shows that the phablet is going to have a 6-inch display and will indeed be water-resistant.

The device will be water-resistant for the first time. And the website also shows that a camera for an iris scanner was imported from Vietnam for the SM-N930F, i.e. the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The news isn’t anything new and we had reported a leaked image of the phablet that showed the existence of iris scanner.

 

The iris connector is more added security measures. The fingerprint scanner will be used to unlock the phone, while iris scanner will be employed to complete the task in less than a second. A couple of days back, there was a rumour that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 release date is 2 August.

As for now, there are a couple of rumours that the device will come with either Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 SoC or Exynos 8893 SoC; it depends on the region. The chipset comes coupled with64/128/256GB of internal storage and6GB of LPDDR4 RAM. So there’ll be no32GB internal storage variant andthe minimum storage capacity will be 64 GB.

 

The phablet will come with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels and will run on the Android v 7 Nougat. eatures a 3600 mAh battery and is likely to be compatible with new Gear VR headset. The device will featurea revamped TouchWiz “Grace” UX,a USB Type-C port for the connectivity aspect and a hybrid UFS/microSD card slot. Rumour is that the device willsport a dual camera with a 12-megapixel primary camera and a 5-megapixel front camera.

Speaking of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 price, a couple of days back we informed you that the upcoming smartphone is likely to be around 849 Euros, which roughly means a USD valuation of around $950 plus taxes.

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