Finally, they appear. The hotly anticipated Note 7 makes a first appearance courtesy of Evan Blass, the notorious leaker who puts out information about devices much before they are officially unveiled. These first images do look very legitimate or if any fanboy has created them, boy!! He does have some skill.
Anyways these images show us a very attractive looking device which very much looks like the Note 5 but with some subtle differences. This device also compliances with the previous leaks that we had. Most noticeably among them is the retinal scanner that is dubbed as Samsung EYEPRINT. This feature adds an extra layer of security to the device and unlocks by scanning and verifying your eyes.
Samsung Galaxy Note7 in (from l to r) Black Onyx, Silver Titanium, and Blue Coral pic.twitter.com/QiePUEG9GP
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 1, 2016
The second most talked feature is the dual edge display. The Note phones usually command a premium price and Samsung has decided to throw in the dual edge display as a default. Meaning, there won’t be a regular flat screened Note. Instead, the curved display Note is the now a default. The Korean giant is also putting in 64 GB of memory into the device as base internal storage and also has a new option of 256 GB for a higher price.
The third important feature is the new blue coral color. I must be honest. When I first heard the name, I was expecting a dark blue shade that is close to deep sea blue but this color doesn’t look bad either.
The specs include a 5.8-inch display along with 6 GB of RAM. A huge 3600 mAh battery and of course, Samsung is putting in the USB Type-C port for the first time on its phones. The camera is expected to be the same one found on the S7 edge.