The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the next in line major smartphone to be released. Or at least that is the assumption as Samsung has yet to officially announce the release or unveiling of the Galaxy Note 7. That aside and apart from all indications pointing to Samsung leapfrogging the Galaxy Note 6 name in favor of the Note 7, all indications do seem to be pointing to an August 2 unveil date.
With that date being effectively a month from now, it is not too surprising as to the number of leaks that have come through over the past couple of weeks. In fact earlier today, the latest renders came through which were thought to provide a good indication of what the Galaxy Note 7 will be like from most angles. However, those renders are simply nothing in comparison to the image shown above. For reference, this one comes from known tipster @evleaks and clearly looks as though they are official renders of the Galaxy Note 7. If you need further confirmation of the Note 6 skipping, then these renders once again confirm the Galaxy Note 7 as the name of this device, as well as confirming curved edges and what is likely to be the iris scanner on the front of the device.
The images not only show the front and back of the Galaxy Note 7 but they also highlight some of the color choices that will be on offer. These include Black Onyx, Silver Titanium and Blue Coral which are shown in the image above from left to right, respectively. The Blue Coral color had already been all but confirmed a couple of weeks ago by a leaked document, although this image does now seem to clearly confirm the Black Onyx and Silver Titanium variants as well.
In terms of the rest of the rumored aspects of the Galaxy Note 7, the wider spec picture is starting to become little clearer with a number of leaks suggesting the Galaxy Note 7 will make use of either a 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display with a QHD resolution. Inside, it is largely expected we are looking at 6GB RAM, a Snapdragon 820/821/823 processor and 32/64GB internal storage variants. As well as a 12-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, microSD support, IP68 certification, the already mentioned iris scanner, and more.