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Looks Like A Galaxy Note 7 With 6GB RAM Was Always On The Cards, According To Latest Certification

Omar Sohail
Posted Aug 5, 2016
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For the longest time, we were all led to believe that Galaxy Note 7 was going to show up in a multitude of internal storage specifications coupled with 6GB of RAM. After all, there needed to be some form of difference between a Galaxy S7, S7 edge and a Note 7. However, it was not to be and that’s by far one of the clever decisions that we’ve seen from a phone manufacturer. However, the latest certification shows that Galaxy Note 7 could be coming in the 6GB RAM variant.

TENNA Certification Shows Galaxy Note 7 Upgraded With A Dual SIM Option, 6GB Of LPDDR4 RAM And 128GB Of Storage

Samsung has never implied about bringing a higher spec’d version of its Galaxy Note 7 into the fold, but a TENAA certification had a different story to tell. To be honest, we’d find that consumers will be satisfied with 4GB of RAM, because OnePlus 3’s 6GB RAM did not do it any favors. It still lagged behind a Galaxy S7, a phone that features 2GB RAM less than the affordable flagship, which cautions manufacturers not to blindly improve the hardware side of their devices and neglect the customized UI.

If there is going to be a Galaxy Note 7 in the aforementioned specification, we’ll get to hear about it in the foreseeable future. As for the version that was showcased during the company’s official announcement. Galaxy Note 7 is going to be shipped out in the following models:

  • Exynos 8890: Running a quad-core M1 Mongoose processor running at 2.15GHz, and quad-core Cortex-A53 running at 1.5GHz. GPU is an ARM Mali-T880 MP12
  • Snapdragon 820: Running a dual-core 2.15GHz Kryo and a dual-core 1.6GHz Kryo processor
As The Galaxy Note 7's Launch Date Nears, Pricing Rumors Paint Dark Picture

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The display tech used is Super AMOLED and features a much larger screen-to-body ratio in comparison to a Galaxy S7 edge. The Super AMOLED has several benefits over other display tech; it is able to consume less power and allow manufacturers to potentially reduce the thickness of future smartphones, and this is one of the contributing reasons why a Galaxy Note 7 sports a sleek form factor. The rear camera does provide support for shooting images in RAW and recording 4K videos as well.

Samsung has not mentioned other internal storage models, so we guess that 64GB of internal memory is all that you’re going to be getting. However, with a MicroSD card slot available, we highly doubt that you will using up all of that internal memory. Galaxy Note 7 also provides support for wireless charging, and the scheduled release date of the phablet is August 19.

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