Leak: Galaxy Note 7 Appears in Brief Video

The Galaxy Note 7 is coming and there's appear to be no way to stop the constant influx of leaks and rumors at this point. With a launch slated for August 2nd, it doesn't look as though we'll have long to wait to find out just exactly what the Galaxy Note 7 is going to be and to find out whether or not all of these rumors and leaks have been on the money. Just today we saw another leak in the form of a new press render, alongside the news of what could be a waterproof stylus, allowing people to use the device underwater. Now, UK retailer Mobile-Fun have gotten their hands on a brief video of what appears to be the Galaxy Note 7 in all its glory.

The video is only 25 seconds long, and a good 5 second of it is devoted to the Mobile-Fun logo, but the leak does indeed show us all a working Galaxy Note 7. How far along that particular model is in its development is unclear, but it appears to have a large display that curves over the edges on both sides, and is nice and bright as well. For those out there that were hoping for a Galaxy Note 7 with a flat, non-curved display, this most recent sighting might be something of a disappointed, but the device still looks great, and is likely to feature one of the best displays we've seen all year. In the video, there's little else that we can see, aside from a few taps and interactions with the user interface as well.

Many will have been looking forward to a better, closer look at the Galaxy Note 7 at this late stage, but it doesn't appear as though this leak from Mobile-Fun is that opportunity. We do now however, have an idea of how far along the Galaxy Note 7 is in its development, and the August 2nd event being held by Samsung looks all but confirmed for a new Galaxy Note launch, if it didn't already. The video is embedded below for those that are curious about the Galaxy Note 7, and there appears to be some screen protectors that users can go ahead and pre-order, should they wish to, at the source link down below.

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