Samsung Galaxy Note 7 leaks: 12MP Dual Pixel camera, Iris scanner and more

Samsung is set to launch its next Galaxy Note phablet in just over a month from now, but thanks to new leaks, potential buyers now know enough about the phablet to decide if it suits them best.

As per celebrated leakster Evan Blass, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will launch with an Iris scanner and the same cameras that featured in Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge phones.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may launch as a curved variant only

To round up what Evan Blass revealed a couple of days ago, Galaxy Note 7 will feature a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, which is more like clubbing the size of Google Nexus 6P with the display of the Galaxy S7 phone. Galaxy Note 7 will feature a single-storage variant of 64GB and there will be a MicroSD card slot too if you need more space or distrust the cloud.

 

The primary rear camera in Galaxy Note 7 will be a 12-megapixel one with Dual Pixel technology. The technology is also present in the Galaxy S7 and lets you capture brighter and sharper images than usual, even in low light conditions. The technology also allows for a brighter lens with a wider aperture, bigger pixels, better autofocus and faster shutter speed. As per Evan Blass, the front camera in Galaxy Note 7 will be a 5-megapixel one.

Samsung will launch Galaxy Note 7 on August 2

If you are already in love with the Galaxy Note 7, you can rest assured that the phablet will be less prone to damage, thanks to its IP68 rating and will also be available in attractive Black, Silver and Blue colour options.

As per existing reports, Galaxy Note 7 will come in two variants, one of which will feature a flat screen and the other a curved one. Both variants will sport 5.7-inch QHD displays with resolutions of 1440 x 2560 pixels. At the same time, prototypes of the handsets are now running a developer version of Android N and may launch with the new operating system in the first week of August. The device may also launch with Samsung's new 6GB DDR4 RAM which is based on a revolutionary 10nm chip and will come with advanced energy-saving features.

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