Samsung Galaxy Note 6? No. Meet the Note 7
In the August of last year, Samsung wowed the entire industry with the release of their Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and immediately it hit the market, the device immediately became one of the best bets when you wanted to spend big on a great device. Well, now, a year later, it is only logical that we sit back and expect Samsung to surprise us again with another great invention out of the blue – the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 – but is that the case? No. Samsung has once again defied the norms and opted to ditch the idea of a Galaxy Note 6 but instead, go for a Galaxy Note 7 instead and while we are now very near to its release date, below is all you need to know about the device beforehand.
On the Note 7 would be a 5.7 inches of HD super AMOLED screen and the device would be run by either of a QUALCOMM snapdragon 821 chipset or locally produced Exynos 8893, depending on the region of the device. There is the probability of a 6GB of RAM, an internal storage space that is jacked up to 64GB and the chance for micro SD card expansion. The rear camera would come at 12MP with autofocus mechanism while the front camera would be of 5MP quality. The iris scanner is powered by a battery of 3600mAh and the phone would be water resistant.
Formal day for announcement still remains August 2 and the pre-orders are expected to start from $800 apiece.
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