Leak: 64GB Galaxy Note 7 Listed on Carrier Internal System

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is due to be announced in just a few weeks. Now we have a leaked screenshot showing some internal information from Korean Telecom about the upcoming device. It shows that their variant of the Galaxy Note 7 will indeed come with 64GB of internal storage. There aren't any variants listed with 32GB of storage or 128GB of storage. So it is possible that this could have 64GB by default, and that it could be the only storage capacity that Samsung is launching with the Galaxy Note 7.

While this shows that the Korean market is getting a 64GB model, that doesn't mean that other markets will be seeing this. It's still possible that other markets could be stuck with a 32GB model. So, for now, it's a good idea to take this leak with a grain of salt. As these listings could change between now and August 2nd, when the device is being announced and supposedly going up for pre-order. However, the Galaxy Note 7 should still support expandable storage. The rumor mill is pointing to Samsung using a hybrid card slot, that would support both UFS and micro SD cards. Samsung just announced new UFS cards not too long ago, so it wouldn't be surprising to see them put out a flagship smartphone that supported them.

The Galaxy Note 7 is turning out to be a pretty amazing device so far. Many have already called it the smartphone of the year. Rumors are pointing at it sporting a 5.8-inch quad HD Super AMOLED display, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 or the Exynos 8893 depending on the market, along with 6GB of RAM and what looks like 64GB of storage now. Of course, when it comes to cameras, the Galaxy Note 7 will have an amazing one once again, as that has been the case with Samsung's past few smartphones like the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy Note 5. While these specs are also all rumored and not confirmed, we should know the full spec sheet within the next few weeks when Samsung takes the stage at Unpacked in New York City on August 2nd.

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