The sequel to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is on its way and last month Korean media reportedly confirmed that the next-generation phablet may be called as the Galaxy Note 7 rather not Note6 to eliminate disparity when it comes to branding its product line like the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Just like the Note5, now @evleaks backed up again earlier rumors. There’s no space between the Note and the number 7, as it has been revealed in a logo as “Galaxy Note7”.
Recently it was accompanied by the user agent profile on the company’s official website, showing off Samsung Galaxy Note7 (SM-N930F) branding and model number. Rumors has it that the predicted device from the South Korean electronics will be announced at an event on August 2. Also confirmed iris scanner and many more.
Specifications-wise, the Galaxy Note7 is said to be coming with a 5.8-inch QHD dual-edge Super AMOLED screen, Exynos 8 chipset, 6GB RAM, improved 12MP camera sensor with dual-pixel PDAF features, and a massive 4,000mAh battery cell. Previously, it was also speculated that the Note 7 to launch with an IP68 rating and a USB Type-C port.
Tipster also predicts that the Samsung‘s next big phone will skip the Galaxy Note6 moniker, jumping over the number 7. The jump would bring the naming of Samsung’s S-Pen equipped smartphones in line with the branding scheme. He also said it would come in black, silver and blue editions.
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