Evan Blass “confirms” more information regarding Samsung’s next Galaxy Note



Evan Blass (@evleaks) was pretty busy this weekend, with his latest leaks coming in regards to Samsung’s next Galaxy Note device. The first tweet was of the supposed final logo for the Galaxy Note 7. It has been rumored for some time that Samsung would be skipping the “Galaxy Note 6” moniker, in favor of numerically tying the Galaxy flagships together.


Shortly afterwards, Blass sent another tweet “confirming” that the Galaxy Note 7 would feature an iris scanner. This has also been rumored for some time, after an alleged Note 7 screenshot where “use iris” was displayed as part of the authentication process.


Finally, Blass sent another tweet that gave us a little bit better as to what Samsung was planning to pack into the Galaxy Note 7. The device is expected to feature a 5.7″ Super AMOLED display, which is the same display type found in both the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Additionally, we should see a base storage option of 64GB with a microSD card slot. The device is also expected to include a 12MP rear-firing camera, which again lines up with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.

The amount of RAM and the processor was not mentioned by Blass, but from rumors we’ve seen previously, it’s expected that the Note 7 will launch with 6GB of RAM and a USB Type-C charger. The device is rumored to launch on August 2nd, where we will get a glimpse at all the greatness that Samsung has been working on since the Note 5 was announced last year.

[via Twitter]


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