The Galaxy Note 7 phablet is rumored to be unveiled next month, but so far, Samsung has kept its mouth shut about the specs and features of this device. Luckily, the internet never disappoints us, as it’s the place where rumors and leaks circulate with the speed of light and we are able to find information about upcoming products that interest us. Like the Note 7. Here are the leaked specs.
Famous leakster Evan Blass likes to keep its Twitter followers close, by offering them hints about devices that interest them. Last time, he said that the Galaxy Note 7 will come with a new eyeball-scanning technology, an improved stylus pen, but it will resemble the Galaxy S7 in terms of design. This means that it will have the same shinny glass back and a metal frame only that, instead of the old fingerprint scanner, the device will have an iris scanner, a feature that will be used not only to unlock the phone, but to give access to protected applications, folders and documents, as well.
Indian tech site iGyaan.in has also revealed some interesting new features, such as Dictionary and Speaking (with which you’ll translate texts quickly) and a reliable text-to-speech functionality.
The screen of the Note 7 will measure 5.7-inch and according to rumors, it will be curved on both sides. There will be two variants of processors: Exynos 8890 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 823, which will be available in selective regions, and they will be backed by 6GB of RAM. A source told Phone Arena that the battery will be increased from 3000mAh to 3700mAh, but someone else said on Weibo that that the screen will support a 4K resolution and will require a 4000mAh battery to handle it.
The cameras will be similar to those of the Galaxy S7, meaning that the one on the back will support 12MP and will offer Super OIS, while the other will be 5MP.
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