Pre-orders Are Now Being Taken For Galaxy Note 7 – Here’s The Deposit You Will Have To Pay
With August 2 almost approaching, the pre-orders of Galaxy Note 7 have started, and this is the amount you are going to have to pay in order to secure the latest and greatest phablet from Samsung.
Pre-orders For Galaxy Note 7 Have Opened In Dubai – This Is The Amount You Will Be Required To Pay
According to Sammobile, the pre-orders of Galaxy Note 7 have started in the Middle East and if potential buyers want to get their hands on the 5.7-inch phablet powerhouse, they will be required to deposit a total of AED 500, which equates to a total of $130. Pre-orders will last till August 2, which is the official announcement of the smartphone. Seeing as how Dubai has started taking pre-orders of Galaxy Note 7, we suspect that it won’t be long till US carriers start to take pre-orders of their own.
As for the remainder of the specifications, Galaxy Note 7 will be available in a variety of storage models, which have been listed below and the internal memory will satisfy the UFS 2.0 standard.
Keep in mind that you will have a MicroSD card slot for immediate storage expansion, so you can always get away with purchasing the base storage model and not worry about the slightest issue concerning low amount of storage.
The UFS 2.0 standard obviously means that you will get faster read and write speeds. Apart from this, one of the most highly anticipated rumors is a dual-camera configuration. In terms of its hardware, Galaxy Note 7 is either going to feature a Snapdragon 820 or an Exynos 8893 underneath its hood.
To top this, Galaxy Note 7 has also been reported to feature a massive 5.7-inch screen (there could be another variant) and IP68 certification, meaning that the smartphone is going to be waterproof till a certain depth. Additionally, the upcoming handset is expected to feature 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM; this will be the same amount of RAM present in Galaxy Note 5. It’s also possible that 6GB of RAM will be included, but that is quite unlikely.
To be honest, adding more RAM is pointless at this time, since it will consume more battery life. Samsung must probably be thinking that instead of adding more RAM, why not tweak the UI to be less exerting on the hardware, since that’s a far better approach than what OnePlus did with its flagship.
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