Leak: Galaxy Note 7 Appears in Fresh Range of Colors


The Galaxy Note 7 has seemingly had a busy week, and the device isn't set to officially launch until August 2nd, no less. This is because the device has leaked out a number of times in just this past week. We've heard more about what the Iris Scanner could be all about, whether or not the device is to ship with a magical, underwater stylus and we've even seen it appear on video a couple of times. In this latest leak, fresh out of South Korea, we get to take a look at the Galaxy Note 7 in what appear to be final press renders that will no doubt be used in Samsung's official literature when the device is launched at the beginning of next month.

Press renders are fairly easy to tell apart from one another, and usually involve a number of different "poses" as well as views of the device from the major angles. Press renders are of course released in all the different colors the device is to be made available in, and here, we can see that the Galaxy Note 7 will be available in at least a Black, Blue and Gold hue. Whether or not there are more being readied for launch is unclear, but until now we've mostly seen the Black and Blue versions of the device leak out, so fans of the golden hue of previous Samsung devices will be happy to see that the Galaxy Note 7 will be available in gold, too. As these press renders – collected in the gallery down below – shows, it looks all but confirmed that the Galaxy Note 7 is to feature the same sort of curved display as the Galaxy S7 Edge does. Taking a look the sides of the device in these renders, it looks very familiar to the side views of the Galaxy S7 Edge, as the front and back panels curve towards each other.

With this latest batch of press renders now available, it looks as though the Galaxy Note 7 is to be a curved edge design, with the "flat" Galaxy Note 7 having been shelved for whatever reason. Whether or not Samsung plan to do anything different with the edges in this latest device is unclear, but we don't have too much longer at all to wait.


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