Thanks to the hype over the next Samsung phone, some of the speculations have been cleared. New leaks about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 reveal that Samsung is stepping up its game especially with the curved edge screen on top of other killer features.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Features
Samsung has been getting back its mobile game especially since the release of its newest flagship. The success of the new product lineup has also increased the hype for the company’s next offering: the Galaxy Note 7. Will it be a killer?
According to Phone Arena, a source sent an alleged teaser that could clear up some of the things surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 release. As noted by the source, the teaser shows an iteration of the Galaxy Note 7 featuring the company’s plans to make its devices even smarter. In fact, Samsung appears to be really skipping the Galaxy Note 6 line and going straight to the Note 7 series to it aligns with the Galaxy Note 7 with the Samsung Galaxy S7 flagship units.
According to reports, Samsung is concerned that people will associate the Galaxy Note 6 to the previous year’s technology. There is also the fact that Apple is releasing its iPhone 7 iteration, which gives the competition much more sense. Other expected features include 5.8-inch Super AMOLED screen on top of a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution, Snapdragon 823 SoC, quad-core CPU, Adreno 530 GPU, 6GB of RAM and 12MP rear camera.
Galaxy Note 7 Will Be an Impressive Phone
Forbes’ Gordon Kelly seems to agree that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is shaping up to be an impressive phone.
“While far from guaranteed, other talk is the Note 6 will add IP68 water resistance (the Note 5 had none) and that it might even be called the ‘Galaxy Note 7’. Of the latter you may well ask Why? No, it isn’t a silly Windows-10-distance-yourself-from-Windows-8 trick,” said Kelly.
“Instead the answer is simply to bring the Note range into line with the S Series. The fact it has always been a number behind is a generational quirk but marketing nightmare which Samsung is understandably keen to fix.”
“So yes, the Galaxy Note 6 (7?) is shaping up to be a hugely impressive phone.”