Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is set to arrive at the start of next month, and images of the upcoming smartphone seem to leak on a daily basis. The latest shows its front panel and reveals its dual-edge curved display as well.
The Galaxy Note 7 has also appeared on Zauba recently, with the listing confirming that it will come with waterproof protection.
The new leaked image of the Galaxy Note 7 doesn't reveal anything we didn't actually see in yesterday's leak, but the quality of the picture is much higher. The image has popped up on Techtastic and seems to have also been posted on Weibo, which is China’s social network.
It depicts the smartphone's dual-edge display and half of the ports featured at the top of the front panel. An image with the back of the smartphone has yet to surface, but the ones that have leaked until today do confirm that the smartphone will be coming with an iris scanner.
Galaxy Note 7 has also been spotted on India's import export site Zauba, and the listing confirms that the handset will be waterproof, according to Roland Quandt. The device features the model number SM-N930F, the same as the one spotted in previous leaks.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 could come with 6GB of RAM
The listing doesn't come with any specs on the upcoming smartphone, but previous rumors did hint at a 5.7-inch dual edge Super AMOLED display with a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution and Snapdragon 821 SoC or Exynos 8893 SoC, depending on the region.
Word is that the Note 7 will come with 6GB of RAM and 64/128/256GB of internal memory. Battery capacity might reach 3,600mAh, and the smartphone is expected to have USB Type-C port and an iris scanner.
Samsung will implement a new version of TouchWiz on the Note 7, Grace UX, and the estimated price of the new device could be €849 in Europe, €50 more than for the Galaxy S7 edge.