Galaxy Note 7’s retail box just popped up a few hours before the official unveiling of the device and confirmed most of the specifications floating around in the rumors. According the leaked box, the Galaxy Note 7 is going to have LTE-A 3Band CA(Cat 12) connectivity. Its going to be equipped with a 64-bit Octa Core CPU which is likely to be Exynos 8890. Earlier it was expected that Samsung might introduce a new CPU i.e. Exynos 8893 in the Galaxy Note 7, but recent rumors added more life to the existance of Exynos 8890 in the Note 7. A RAM of 4 GB is also mentioned on the box, which also turns the rumors of 6 GB RAM in the Note 7 down. A 5.7-inch Super AMOLED QHD display with edges on both the sides is going to be put on the front with a 5 MP shooter atop. A dual pixel 12 MP camera setup is what we are expecting as the primary shooter on the next Note. The internal storage is supposed to be 64 GB. There is also the option of expanding this storage by means of an external SD card. The existence of iris scanner on this device might make the wait worth it. Galaxy Note 7 will be IP68 certified, which makes it a dust and water resistant smartphone. If this is to be true, then the Galaxy Note 7 will be the very first Note to have water and dust resistant capabilities. Samsung will also add the USB Type-C setup to the Note 7. The Note 7 should have a battery of 3500 mAh carrying Samsung’s latest optimizations to last longer. Galaxy Note 7 will run on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box and run Samsung’s upgraded and enhanced TouchWiz UI on the top of it.
Galaxy Note 7 is all set to come out of the box in around 2 hours from now. We have already listed the event’s live-stream links and also listed the event time for several regions. We are up with all eyes on this event and will be bringing you up to the minute updates about the next iteration of the Note series. Stay tuned with us till then.
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