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New Galaxy Note 7 Photo Leaks Out; ?Waterproof? Cited in Indian Import-Export Tracker

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A stunning Galaxy Note 7 photo has leaked from Netherlands showing the device like never-before. To top it off, Indian import/export tracker says this device will be waterproof.

Samsung?s Galaxy Note 7 release date has been confirmed as August 2. In the run-up to the big day, live photos of this smartphone are getting leaked time and again. Only yesterday, a variant of this handset was?photographed in flesh and blood. And today, the newly leaked photo shows the handset with the ?display on.?

Going by the leaked photo, it?s crystal clear that the upcoming device will flaunt dual-curved edge display. Even though there is a sticker hiding the left-hand corner of the device, it?s easy to see a dual-camera set up. The photo leaked earlier also showed the same camera setup. Interestingly, the latest photo and the earlier one were leaked by the same tipster?Techtastic.

Here is the latest Galaxy Note 7 photo:

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Leaked Photo (Photo Credit: Techtastic)

This is the one leaked yesterday:

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Live Photo (Photo Credit: Techtastic)

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Live Photo (Photo Credit: Techtastic)

In the meantime, another report showing the import/export tracker dubbed ?Zauba? reconfirms that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will indeed be waterproof. It is worth noting that the terminologies waterproofing and water-resistance get used interchangeably in the tech world. To know more details about the terminologies, check this link out.

So far, various reports have suggested that the?Galaxy Note 7 specifications list will include an enhanced S-Pen, followed by a cleverly redesigned user interface and an iris scanner to authenticate users.

The Galaxy Note 7 will reportedly feature a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display, complemented by Quad HD screen resolution. Under the hood, Samsung will be using both Exynos 8893 and Snapdragon 821 chipsets, depending on the regions of release.

While on the topic, it?s worth noting that Qualcomm unveiled the improved Snapdragon 821 chipset very recently, which will reportedly offer?10 percent better performance than the Snapdragon 820.

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