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As you already know, Samsung will release the new Galaxy Note 7 phablet on August 2, during an event in New York City, but retailers all over the world have started accepting pre-orders a few days ago and Korean publications have reported that Samsung will do its best to get supplies in place, so that the device will be available for purchase on the day when it will be released.



Three days ago, iDigitalTimes.com‎ has reported that the “Excitement surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is quickly escalating as reports indicate the smartphone, which has not yet been officially announced by its manufacturer, is already available for pre-order in some markets.” On the other hand, BGR has spotted a new series of photos on the Chinese Weibo site, which “clearly show a device that looks a lot like the upcoming Galaxy Note 7. The pictures confirm everything we’ve suspected before: it will ship in at least three colors, have an all-glass design, keep the S Pen, and even add an iris scanner.”

The specs of the Note 7 will include a 5.7-inch 2K screen, a variant with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chip (Dual-core 2.3 GHz Kryo & dual-core 1.6 GHz Kryo) and another variant with an Exynos 8893 chip (Quad-core 2.6 GHz + quad-core 1.6 GHz), 6GB of RAM and a battery of 3600mAh, which will be charged up to 50 percent in 20 minutes, thanks to the new Type-C 1.0 reversible connector.

According to Gotta Be Mobile, Samsung will use the same cameras from the Galaxy S7. “One leak said 13 megapixels instead of 12 MP. It’s a blazing fast f/1.7 aperture camera that takes fast photos, auto-focuses almost instantly by using 95 percent more pixels to focus, dual phase detection, and a large sensor to capture more light faster. Meaning fast clear photos without blur or distortion, even in low light situations,” said the tech site.

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