In the recent past, many photo leaks showcased a slew of?press renders, case-maker?s version of schematics and internal modules of the upcoming Galaxy Note 7. The latest one, on the other hand, shows an actual device.
Samsung?s Galaxy Note 7 photos attached below reportedly shows the actual smartphone in flesh and blood, while the image on the right side shows the supposed-to-be official press render. It is quite easy to say both images look the same. The leaked photo and a set of configurations, belonging to the variant ?SM-N930F,? were shared by Netherlands-based portal?Techtastic.
Going by the leaked photo, the sensor array mounted at the top of the device, near the logo, shows three different lenses in various shapes. This is reportedly required for the Galaxy Note 7 to meet the needs of the rumored iris scanner. In fact, both live photo and press render share the same lenses and location.
To top it off, the edges of the Note 7 are curved, pointing to the possibility of a curved-display for the phablet. Past rumors also suggested that Samsung might release two variants of the Note device this year. One of them will carry a flat screen, while the other will feature a curved-display.
Many reports have suggested in the past that the South Korean tech giant will unveil the Galaxy Note 5 successor on August 2 at a special event. The sales will apparently begin within a week or two from the launch, while the mass production is expected to commence sometime this month,?GSM Arena noted.
According to the same Netherlands site, the Galaxy Note 7 specifications list will include a 5.7-inch AMOLED display and QHD resolution. Under the hood, Samsung’s Exynos 8893 chipset will power the device, which points to the international variant. The U.S. and China, on the other hand, will be receiving the?Qualcomm model.
Other reported Galaxy Note 7 features include 4GB of RAM, iris scanner, 3,600 mAh battery cell, 12MP main camera and a 5MP secondary shooter.