Samsung Galaxy Note 7 video leak confirms dual edge display

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will launch on August 2 and is likely to feature dual edge display and iris scanner

By: Tech Desk | Updated: July 21, 2016 5:11 pm
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is likely to feature a dual edge display and iris scanner (Source: Evan Blass/Twitter) Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is likely to feature a dual edge display and iris scanner (Source: Evan Blass/Twitter)

Samsung is all set to launch its Galaxy Note 7 on August 2 but that doesn’t mean the rumours are going to die down anytime soon. While we have already heard rumours about the device, the latest leak gives us our best look yet at the device.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has apparently leaked in a video showing its dual edges in full glory. The leaked video shows tempered glass being tested for what looks like Galaxy Note 7. There is a possibility that the device might just be a render of Galaxy Note 7.

The leaked video shows what Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s dual curved edges might look like. While the device in leaked video looks like Note 7, the signs of S Pen are not visible.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is likely to feature dual curved edges and will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon processor in the US and Exynos chipset elsewhere. The smartphone is likely to feature a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and support 4GB RAM.

An Antutu app listing revealed that Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will feature a 12MP rear camera like Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. Samsung is also likely to introduce a bigger 4,000mAh battery with Galaxy Note 7.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will launch running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and is rumoured to feature an Iris scanner. Samsung is trying to streamline its product lineup with Galaxy Note 7 launch but its unclear whether the company will follow industry trend of 6GB RAM smartphones.

Samsung has also cleaned up its TouchWiz UI by dropping duplicate apps and adding useful more useful features. Interesting thing here would be how Samsung bridges the edge display and company’s proprietary S Pen feature.

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