A new GIF image of the upcoming Galaxy Note 7 from Samsung which was recently tweeted by Marques Brownlee shows off the device in 360-degrees. The image, which looks just like the rest of the press renders for the phone spins around in the animated GIF to show the phablet from the front, back, and sides, allowing the public to get a nearly full view of the phone prior to the upcoming announcement that is due to happen on August 2nd at Samsung's Unpacked event. The appearance of the GIF follows a report from earlier this afternoon which alleges confirmed specs and a confirmed launch date for the device on the T-Mobile network on August 19th.
While Unpacked isn't until next week Tuesday and there is nothing that has been officially confirmed by Samsung, all of the compiled leaks and rumors seem to flesh out all there is to know about the upcoming device. Of course, as always nothing is official until it is confirmed by Samsung, and that is still a few days away from now. Unless you have missed all of the previous render leaks of the device so far, the colors and the design of the phone should already be familiar. The color displayed in the GIF is the "Blue Coral" model that was one of the first colors referenced in a leak that had surfaced before any of the press render shots popped up.
The Galaxy Note 7 is expected to come sporting a 5.7-inch Quad-HD Super AMOLED display which is to be protected by Gorilla Glass 5, Corning's latest and strongest glass to date, which they boast can withstand 80 percent of the drops from shoulders height to help prevent damage to the screen. The Galaxy Noe 7 is also expected to come with the Snapdragon 820 or Snapdragon 821 processor, alongside an IP68 rating, NFC, a 12MP rear camera and 5MP front camera, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, and an iris scanner among plenty of other specs. The device will also reportedly come with USB Type-C which has been shown off in the renders already and likely isn't much of a surprise at this point. Just about the only thing that doesn't seem to be known about the Galaxy Note 5 is what the actual price will be, and when other carriers will launch the device.