While there is still a full month for the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the device has been leaked many times revealing what it might actually feature. Now, what seems to be the official renders of the device have surfaced online.
These renders of the Galaxy Note 7 have been revealed by the Twitter leakster Evan Blass widely known as @evleaks. The renders show the Galaxy Note 7 in three color variants such as Blue Coral, Silver Titanium, and Black Onyx.
It is widely expected that the Galaxy Note 7 will feature a dual-curve display like in the Galaxy S7 edge as well as Galaxy S6 edge. The rear of the device is likely to feature a 12 MP main camera as the one on the Galaxy S7 lineup and a S Pen stylus cradle could be included at the bottom right side.
The speculations point at the presence of an iris scanner on the Galaxy Note 7 along with the selfie camera. As Samsung will still come with a fingerprint scanner for those users who do not want to use their eyes, it will be integrated into the physical home button.
To conclude, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 renders show that the device could be a bit taller than the Galaxy Note 5 released last year. It is likely to feature a similar 5.7-inch Quad HD display and not a bigger panel.
Samsung is most probably expected to launch the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2 and we will get to know more details about the device after its launch.