Samsung is heavily pegged to unleash the successor for Galaxy Note 5 in early August. Previous rumors have claimed that the upcoming Galaxy Note 7 phablet will be available in two display variants, one featuring a regular display and the other one with a dual-edge curved display. Fresh speculations indicate that Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be only one display version this year.

According to The Korea Herald, the Galaxy Note 7 will be equipped with a dual-edge curved screen and there won’t be a regular screen variant. The publication has also claimed that the South Korean tech giant may unveil a special edition of the phablet themed on Rio Olympics.

The Galaxy Note 7 will be featuring a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display that will carry support for Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The phablet will be fueled by an overclocked variant of Exynos 8890 chipset and 6 GB of RAM.

The smartphone is expected to be packed with a 4,000 mAh battery, GSM Arena reported, citing information from GSMHelpDesk, a Dutch website. Previous leaks have revealed that the Galaxy Note 7 will be powered by Snapdragon 823 chipset.

Like the Galaxy S7, the Galaxy Note 7 will be equipped with a 12-megapixel dual-pixel sensor. However, it will be supported by an improved software. Other rumors suggest that the phablet will be coming with new features like IP69 rating, a retina scanner and a USB Type-C port.

The Galaxy Note 7 is expected to release in August after getting announced earlier in the month. The Dutch website has also reported that the Galaxy Note 7 will carry a price tag of 800 euros ($905) in Netherlands. It is expected to launch with a lower pricing in other markets.

A 3D render of the Galaxy Note 7 has been revealed by Tech configurations on YouTube. It shows the final design of the Galaxy Note 7 Edge based on the previous leaks.


Source:  YouTube / Techconfigurations