More Alleged Images Of The Samsung Galaxy Note 7


Earlier today what is claimed to be the first real life image of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7 appeared online. Up until now, most of the images that have come through were ones which were render or concept based. While the most prevalent of the renders did show off the Galaxy Note 7 in quite clear detail, seeing the smartphone in a real life setting does usually offer a far more realistic view of the smartphone and what should be expected.

Well, following that initial image, it now looks as though a few more are starting to come through and the latest images come from known tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer. Besides the fact that this latest leak includes more than one image, these ones also provide a much fuller picture of the upcoming Galaxy Note 7, as they show the device from multiple angles, including one which seems to show the Galaxy Note 7 with its screen on. These pictures along with the one from earlier today also do seem to be continuing the theme that the Galaxy Note 7 will come sporting a curved edge on either side of the device. However, whether that means there will not be a 'standard' or non-edge version of the Galaxy Note 7 remains to be seen. As does the full specs for the Galaxy Note 7, as while a number of benchmark listings have been coming through lately, they do seem to be slightly contradictory on some of the specs, including the RAM and the operating system version which will be in use at launch.


While the market will have to wait on more concrete spec information, it does seem that the design of the Galaxy Note 7 is coming together quite nicely. At least for the Edge model of the Galaxy Note 7. Although it is always worth keeping in mind that these images are said to be of an early prototype of the Galaxy Note 7. So while there is always the possibility that the final design could change somewhat from the images, it seems unlikely to change too much in the grand scheme of things. Either way, you can check out the latest images that have now come through in the gallery below.

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