Galaxy Note 7 Is Finally Embracing The Type-C USB Port – But Will Fast Charging Be Supported
Type-C USB ports will eventually take the world by storm, and it looks like Samsung has finally embraced this particular port as far as its Galaxy Note 7 is the core matter. Leaked images show that the smartphone is going to feature a brand new Type-C USB port so check them out there.
Type-C USB Port On A Galaxy Note 7 Can Deliver Up To A 100 Watts Of Power And Has A Theoretical Data Transfer Rate That’s Faster Than USB 3.0
If you turn your attention to the images given below, you can view that the image of a tempered glass screen protector that has been made specifically for Samsung’s reveals the USB Type-C port on the bottom along with a bottom-firing loudspeaker. We aren’t sure if a Galaxy Note 7 will provide support for Fast Charging, but it looks like when the device is being announced on August 2, we will provide you with all the necessary details.
As for the remainder of the specifications, Galaxy Note 7 will be available in a variety of storage models ranging from 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. Keep in mind that you will have a MicroSD card slot for immediate storage expansion convenience so it’s not necessary that you invest in the highest internal memory model, unless of course you’re a complete baller.
The flash memory will be based on the UFS 2.0 standard, meaning you’ll get faster read and write speeds. One of the most highly anticipated rumors is a dual-camera configuration. Aside from this, we reported that the upcoming device had its renders uploaded showing that the device features a curved display that practically melts to the side of the phone, giving you an illusion that the device is a bezel-less one. Now, the thing that is confusing us the most right now is what sort of chipset is going to be present inside Galaxy Note 7.
To top this, Galaxy Note 7 has also been reported to feature a massive 5.7-inch screen and IP68 certification, meaning that the smartphone is going to be waterproof till a certain depth. Additionally, the upcoming handset is expected to feature 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM, because there needs to be some level of difference between this one and its smaller brothers. Furthermore, the incorporation of an iris scanner is also said to be a part of the smartphone’s configuration, and why would it not? One sad revelation of the smartphone is that it will only be packing a 3,600mAh battery, which is the same capacity as a Galaxy S7 edge.
Do you think Samsung has taken the appropriate route by placing a Type-C USB port on its Galaxy Note 7? Let us know your thoughts right now.