Samsung is all set to launch its latest iteration of the Galaxy Note series the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The brand new Galaxy Note is coming soon, it is most likely to release on 2nd August when Samsung is reportedly expected to host one of its famous Unpacked events in which the company usually announces new Galaxy S or Galaxy Note smartphones.
Technically, the latest upcoming Note phablet should be named the Galaxy Note 6, since it the Galaxy Note 5‘s successor. However, Samsung has named the device the Galaxy Note 7. That is because the company seemingly wants the Note series to be on the same level, name-wise, with the current Galaxy S models. Samsung doesn’t want uninformed users to think that the latest Note model is a generation behind the Galaxy S7.
Samsung hasn’t confirmed anything regarding its next-generation Galaxy Note yet. However, recently discovered that the new Note 7 smartphone already shows up on the Samsung’s website. To be exact, the device itself doesn’t show up on the website, but one of its model numbers: SM-N930F is visible, which has a UA Profile page.
Unfortunately, this specific UA Profile page is devoid of any information about the features of the upcoming Note. Basically, the page confirms only the fact that Samsung is working on a smartphone with the model number SM-N930F. It makes perfect sense for the SM-N930 to be the Note 7 since the Galaxy Note 5 has the model number SM-N920, the Note 4 is the SM-N910, and so on.
There are also several rumors of Note 7, the news is that the device is not going to get a redesign; the Note 7 is to sport slightly improved Note 5 looks, whereas the Galaxy Note 7 edge will feature a curved edge display up front. IP68 water resistance and a microSD card are probably a go, too. An iris scanner and a USB Type-C port are also expected. The hardware of the Note 7 includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 chipset which will power the device. It will feature 6 or 8GB of RAM the device will include a battery of 4,000mAh.