Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 To Feature 'Blue Coral' Color Option

The announcement of Samsung's galaxy Note 7 still doesn't have an official date, but there have been more than enough rumors to keep people going until the tech giant actually unveils information about the device. Most recently, it was allegedly confirmed that Samsung will indeed be calling the next Note device the Galaxy Note 7, as a leaked logo suggests this is the case. That same leak also revealed that the device would reportedly be coming with an iris scanner as it has been previously rumored a couple of times earlier this year. Additionally, the leak also reveled that the Galaxy Note 7 will be coming in three different colors which include a Black, a Silver, and a Blue color, which has to do with today's rumor.

According to a post on Dutch site Galaxy Club, the name for the Blue model of the Galaxy Note 7 is to be called Blue Coral. While there is nothing particular about the name to suggest that this is most assuredly going to be the color name that Samsung has decided on, they, along with every other phone manufacturer for the most part, do tend to choose something a little more adventurous than simply, Blue or Black. Taking that into consideration, Blue Coral is a slight departure from the Blue Topaz color found on last year's Galaxy S6 which was very bright. A name like "Blue Coral" suggests that the color will be vibrant and bold, if not vivid, but perhaps offer a deeper tone.

Color aside, the Galaxy Note 7 is also rumored to be sticking with a Quad HD display and not bump things up to the 4K resolution that was rumored for the device earlier this year. This would seem to be the case if another recent specs rumor proves to be true, as the device is said to have a 5.7-inch QHD screen, among other specs like the Dual Pixel 12MP rear camera along with a 5MP front camera, 64GB of internal storage space along with expandable storage through a microSD card, and an IP68 certification making the device resistant to water and dust. Samsung has been rumored to start mass production of the device next month, so it's possible that they could be gearing up for an unveiling the following month.

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