Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Release Date and Top Killer Features
Samsung is getting ready to release another Galaxy Note and this time the company is skipping directly to Galaxy Note 7. According to latest information, the company will be releasing the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2, promising a worthy upgrade. Will Samsung be able to release another killer?Advertisement
Galaxy Note 7 Killer Features
Samsung will be releasing the Galaxy Note 7 with mass production slated to start in July. Samsung has not been as successful with its previous releases until the new flagships like the Galaxy S7 series arrived. As if to continue that successful streak, the Korean tech giant is reportedly trying to offer several improvements following the Galaxy Note 5 launch.
According to International Business Times, some of the expected features include 5.8-inch display, IP68 certified chassis, newer storage sizes like 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB. Since the Galaxy Note 5 was criticized heavily for not having a microSD slot, chances are, Samsung will include a hybrid SIM card slot that will also allow users to put in a microSD card on the second SIM slot.
Furthermore, other possible features could also include 12-megapixel camera with f/1.7 aperture lens, Snapdragon 823 SoC on top of a higher-clocked edition of SD 820 chipset plus 6 GB of RAM.
Galaxy Note 7 Expected to Sell Well
Since August is just around the corner, iDigital Times reported that the mass production of the Galaxy Note 7 series should commence around July with 5 million units available by August release.
Samsung appears to be betting heavy on the Galaxy Note 7 especially since the introduction of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge units. If the expected 25-million units in sales this June would be any indication, then it seems like Samsung is finally getting back on track with its mobile game.
More importantly, the current numbers for the flagships give Samsung a better overview such as the Galaxy Note 7 selling better than the Galaxy Note 5. Nonetheless, all of these are just predictions and speculations until the final release. All information must be taken with a grain of salt.