Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Live Images Leaked Online!

    Even before the launch, the South Korean tech giant's next smartphone got leaked online. For past few months, we have been hearing lots of rumors and speculations about its purported Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Live Images Leaked Online!

    However, one of the popular leakster @OnLeaks has shared the prototype of the upcoming Note 7. As per the leaked image, this flagship smartphone comes equipped with Iris scanner at the top, dual edged display. Further, this smartphone comes with its traditional home button below the screen.

    Talking about the specifications, the so-called Note 7 is expected to come with 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED curved dual edge display with stunning 518 ppi.

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    Also, this smartphone might come powered by an Octa-Core Exynos 8 / Snapdragon 821 processor along with 6GB LPDDR4 RAM on board. Further, it is expected to come with 64GB of inbuilt storage along with expandable memory option.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Live Images Leaked Online!

    If the rumor ends up being valid, this smartphone will flaunt a 12MP rear camera with LED Flash and 5MP front camera. The rumor also suggests that this device will have IP68 certification, which means water and dust resistance.

    The Note 7 is shipped with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box and also comes with S Pen stylus, Heart rate sensor, Fingerprint sensor, Iris scanner, Barometer.

    Meanwhile, the inside hardware is powered by a 3600mAh battery with fast charging technology. However, the leaks say that it supports 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2 LE, NFC, USB Type-C. However, the above information is not valid and we advise you to take it with a pinch of salt.


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