Let's start with hardware. Although it was reported in the beginning that the phablet will come with 6 GB of RAM, the last information says it will have the same RAM amount as the Galaxy S7, which is 4 GB. That should be enough for most users, but since the Galaxy Note 7 is aimed at business users, it would be better that Samsung packed 6 GB of RAM. To counter less RAM amount, the company will include a minimum of 64 GB of expandable storage.
Since the top model will feature impressive 256 GB, users can use a microSD card for total 512 GB of storage.
The heart of the device is yet unknown. There are two possible options and that is the Exynos or Snapdragon chipset. European version might run Exynos 8890 or Exynos 8893/8995, which is clocked at 2.5GHz, while other version will probably feature Snapdragon 821.
Besides processing, key improvements are also expected in the imaging department. With already phenomenal Galaxy S7 camera, there is very little ways to improve the performance even more, but Samsung has reportedly done exactly that - improved the camera even more. It will have a 12 MP Dual Pixel camera with f/1.7 and OIS, while there could be two front-facing cameras. One will be used for iris recognition and has a resolution of 3.7MP, while the one for selfies has a 5 MP resolution.
The design of the phone is very similar to the Galaxy S7 Edge and we could say that the Note 7 is basically a bigger Galaxy S7 Edge with Stylus support. A 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen comes with 2,560 x 1,440 pixels resolution and dual. Other specifications include a 3,500mAh battery, 4G LTE Cat. 9, Android 6.0 with TouchWiz although we could see Android 7.0 Nougat by the time it launches, which is rumoured to be August 19th in the US.
There are other reports such as a version with flat display, larger 4,000mAh battery and more, but the details above have been confirmed from sources familiar with the matter. Stay tuned for tomorrow, when we will finally learn everything about the phablet.