The site says that there is an anonymous source with legitimate information on Galaxy Note 7 next launch expectation. This site has provided detailed information about the upcoming Smartphone, also about some new services that Samsung plans to introduce.
There were different specifications for the device around on the web for some weeks. Now on through 9 to 5 Google there is detailed information of exactly what to expect on the device.
Together with the showing of the Note 7, Samsung will present a new cloud-based storage element called Samsung Cloud, which, as 9 to 5 Mac claims, can be considered competitor of Samsung’s iCloud.
As iCloud of Apple, Samsung’s iCloud will be a system for keeping your data on different devices, by keeping information and backups in the cloud. The Note 7 is the initiate vehicle for that particular service, and those who get Samsung’s new phablet will get 5GB of storage space as a present.
As about the device, it’s confirmed that there is not going to be any flat screened version of the Note 7, and the phablet will be offered only in Samsung’s branded curved OLED display form factor only. It is considered to be one of the most resilient displays you can buy on a Smartphone, considering the fact it will be maid of only Gorilla Glass 5.
Also, it will have waterproofing capabilities, besides what was initially planned. The Note 7 will be introduced with IP68 water and dust resistance, and the waterproofing applies to the S-Pen stylus are used to depict and write on the device too, so it has a possibility to take notes when the device is wet or even when it’s entirely underwater.
A 12-megapixel camera with a full rundown of the specifications– would likely be the same hardware as on the Galaxy S7. I mean a five-megapixel front facing camera made especially for selfies, a large 3,500mAh battery, with both a fingerprint scanner and an iris scanner, at the side of USB type C compatibility. A Micro USB adaptor will be used to ship in the box along with, though, to be used with older accessories. Finally, the phone won’t debut Android N, and will release with Android 6.0.1 instead.
Galaxy Note 7: August launch date confirmed:
The Galaxy Note 7 is planned to be introduced a Samsung Unpacked event in New York on 2 August.
With the help of an official press release on the website, the South Korean company announced that its upcoming phablet would leave out over the “6” title to combine it alongside this year’s Galaxy S7 Smartphones.
But the note doesn’t summarise any of the Note’s specifications; numerous leaks have already introduced and discussed what to expect.
The Note 7 is planned to get a curved OLED display with a size of 5.8ins, aping the screen on the Galaxy S7 Edge. If pictures showed by notorious smartphone tipster Evan Blass are precise, Samsung’s flagship design cue will be typical on the next Note.
As about the specifications of the device, Know Your Mobile says the phablet should have a Snapdragon 820 chipset mated to 6GB RAM at least, even though many sources have pegged the Note as coming with the recently introduced 821 chip or even the upcoming 823. In spite of this, it should be a high-performance handset, ideal for power users.