There’s been no shortage of leaks regarding the Galaxy Note 7 lately, as it approaches its August 2nd debut, leaving Samsung enthusiasts with seemingly little left to wonder about when it comes to design.
The latest leak, however, has proven that assumption wrong.
The apparent press photos were published on Korean website Seeko.co.kr and show the device in not only the expected silver Titanium and Blue Coral colours, but also in a soft Gold variant, all with matching S Pens. Not shown is the black onyx colour, which is also expected to hit the market. Of course, even if all colours are released, there’s no guarantee that they’ll all make their way to Canada.
The renders also offer one of the crispest looks yet at the device, showing their dual-edges, iris-scan facilitating camera setup and a side view that illustrates that the device is curved on both sides.
The Note 7 is rumoured to contain Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 SoC and up to 6GB of RAM (at least, that’s the hope), as well as 64GB internal storage plus MicroSD and UFS hybrid memory card slots, a 12-megapixel dual camera, 5 megapixel front-facing camera, a 3,600mAh battery and IP68 water resistance rating.
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