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Samsung?s Galaxy Note 7 Reportedly Certified In Russia With Dual-SIM Capability Onboard

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Following the rumors about the possibility of a?Type-C USB connector on the Galaxy Note 7, we are now hearing that this phablet has silently got certified in Russia.

The Russia-bound Samsung Galaxy Note 7, tied to the model number ?SM-N930FD,? reportedly features dual SIM capabilities, prominent Russian tipster Mobiltelefon?noted. Other than the model number and the device name, the leak doesn?t have much to offer. However, the certification does hint at the imminent release of the heavily-rumored handset.

As far as the Galaxy Note 7 release date goes, past reports suggested that August 2 could be the big day. After its release, the device is expected to hit the store shelves almost immediately.

When it comes to rumored specifications, the Galaxy Note 7 will reportedly carry a 6.0-inch display. On the contrary, past rumors hinted at a 5.8-inch screen. Samsung?s tried and tested Super AMOLED display technology and QHD screen resolution will also be part of the display configuration. Without a surprise, Corning?s Gorilla Glass 4 will protect the screen panel.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Specs photo:wikipedia

Speaking of camera configuration, the Note 7 is believed to sport a 12-megapixel rear-facing snapper with OIS support in tow. At the front, either a 5 or 8-megapixel shooter will be mounted.

Under the hood, Samsung will apparently use Snapdragon 821 SoC specific to the variants headed to the U.S. and China. The rest of the regions will be receiving the device with Exynos 8893 onboard. Nevertheless, both versions will reportedly flaunt 6GB of RAM.

The Galaxy Note 7 is expected to come equipped with a maximum native storage capacity of 256GB, along with microSD card slot to facilitate expansion. While past reports suggested that this handset will settle for a 3,600mAh battery unit, PhoneArena points to a solid 4,000mAh cell.

Note, Samsung has not confirmed the reported configurations thus far.

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