Leak: New Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Images Surface


The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the next major smartphone release to come from Samsung and is expected to be fully unveiled tomorrow at the company's unpacked event in New York. However, as is the case with any major smartphone release, the Galaxy Note 7 has been the subject of a number of leaks, rumors and further details coming through ahead of the official unveiling. One of the most recent came through earlier today when greater details on the functionality on offer with the Galaxy Note 7's S Pen came to light.

However, that is just one of the latest developments that have come through in the last twenty four hours with a number of other leaks coming through as well. Including the news that a Best Buy listing for the Galaxy Note 7 temporarily went live showcasing the device in a little more detail as well as its features. Now, we have the next Galaxy Note 7 leak coming through and this one includes some new images for you to check out which are said to be of the device.

While the Galaxy Note 7 has been pictured before, these images are very clear images and do show the device from the front and the back and in quite clear detail. In addition to the general design, the images also do seem to provide further support for the inclusion of an iris scanner on the front of the device. Additional features said to be on offer with this latest Galaxy Note device is the inclusion of a USB Type-C port, advanced battery saving capabilities and waterproof benefits. While the more technical aspects are said to include a 5.7-inch QHD Super AMOLED display and 4GB RAM. While the processing power is said to come by way of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor for those based in the US and Samsung's own Exynos 8890 elsewhere. The Galaxy Note 7 is expected to become available in a variety of colors and as you can see from the gallery below, it is the gold version which is on show in these latest images. Although it should be pointed out that this is also said to be of the South Korean version of the Galaxy Note 7.


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