A New Galaxy Note 7 Leak Details out Samsung’s Drastic Design Changes

Samsung Galaxy Note 7

In exactly one month’s time, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be announced. This will, later on, be followed by the official release, which should take place a week or two following the launch of the phablet.

One of the biggest surprises of the phablet is the jump from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 right to Galaxy Note 7, with the reasoning behind this being that there is a need to sync the company’s naming of products, which includes the likes of Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, and S7 Active. However, this doesn’t seem to be the only major surprise awaiting lovers of this mega-sized phone.

Apparently, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will come in with a new and innovative design as well as features. First and foremost, it is important to note that this is still a rumor, however, given that it is coming from none other than OnLeaks, it is easy to believe the leaked images. The images show some openings sitting along the top bezel, an indicator that indeed the phone will come with an iris scanner.

While you’ll find the usual front-camera sensors on the panel, there are additional cutouts for more sensors. If anything, the iris scanner seems to be a confirmed thing with respect to the Galaxy Note 7.

Another thing that the leaked images show is the design of the new phone. As it seems, Samsung will opt for a curved dual edge screen for its upcoming device. There is a huge similarity between the front panel of the leaked images and that of the Galaxy S7 Edge, apart from the availability of more cutouts for cameras and sensors.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Edge

The images also seem to confirm that indeed the Galaxy Note 7 Edge will come with a 5.8-inch screen size, much more like recent rumors have been claiming. As for the specs under the hood, there is really nothing that the images give out, but a recent leak by another famous leaker by the name of Evan Blass claimed that the phone will come with the latest Snapdragon/Exynos SoC that is coupled with a RAM of 6GB and expandable onboard storage of 64GB. The camera specs are expected to remain the same as what is already available in the Galaxy S7 series.

What remains with a huge question mark is the battery capacity. While some reports have pointed towards a 3600mAh battery unit, others are adamant that Samsung will match the Galaxy S7 Active’s battery capacity with respect to the Galaxy Note 7 Edge.

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