Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Latest News, Release Date & Rumors: Only Curved Display Variant Coming [SPECS, FEATURES]

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Jun 23, 2016 04:34 AM EDT

The coming of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is fast approaching and rumors continue to come in as expected. The upcoming Samsung phablet is expected to be the best device from the Korean company though there may only be one variant up for release.

The latest on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (or Samsung Galaxy Note 6) is that it will tote a 5.8-inch curved display backed by a large 4,000 mAh battery. Word of such comes from GSM Help Desk which adds that the phablet will be released initially in Netherland and other parts of Europe.

Latest Specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Per the report, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will feature a 5.8-inch QHD dual-edge Super AMOLED screen that will need the proper power backing to make it efficient.

All that will fall on the hands of an Exynos 8 processor together with 6 GB of RAM with a massive 4,000 mAh battery per Sam Mobile.

Other features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 worth watching out for include a 12 MP rear camera armed with dual-pixel phase-detection autofocus which should account for better image and video captures.

As mentioned in a previous post, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 could be out as early as August 2 carrying close similarities to the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

A separate post from Sam Mobile confirmed the Galaxy Unpacked 2016 event along with the date and official name. The event will be held at the Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center in New York.

Other features that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to carry include an iris scanner, an IP68-certified body (water- and dust-resistance), a USB Type-C port and something running on the latest Android N mobile operating system.

There is also a chance that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may not be the lone product from the Korean company debuting. An updated Samsung Galaxy VR headset could be out as well though such has yet to be confirmed.

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