Alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Teaser Leak Confirms Nomenclature; No Word On Launch Yet


As we enter June, rumors and information about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has started to increase in pace quite bit. With what started as the Galaxy Note 6, has now transformed into the Galaxy Note 7, as Samsung looks to build coherence into its top tier gadget lineup. The launch of the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge came with its own set of features and upgrades. The Galaxy Note 7 should be expected to follow a similar approach, as we see the Korean tech giant confirm the name of its upcoming phablet launch.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Sees Alleged Teaser Image Surface With No News On Launch Date

As leaks and rumors related to the Galaxy Note 7 increase in pace, we've seen information about nearly every aspect of the device leak in one form of the other. With the Note 7, you'll be getting a dual edged screen, an approach Samsung was expected to implement in its larger screened device given current implementation on the S7 Edge.

That being said, the Chinese are at it yet again, as we see the Galaxy Note 7's first teaser image today. While there's no way to authenticate it, the image which you'll be able to see below does follow Samsung's previous approach, so it just might be the real thing. The Korean tech giant's tendency to change things up has been dented with both the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge, as the devices somewhat fail to gain market traction.


Coming towards what's been rumored about the Note 7 so far, we're expecting both the Snapdragon 823 and the Exynos 8890 make it on board Samsung's flagship. The 823 in particular should be interesting, as Qualcomm looks to increase the presence of Kryo in its chip portfolio, especially after its recent mishaps with throttling. The processor on the Galaxy Note 7 will be supplemented by 6GB of 10nm DRAM, recently launched by Samsung.

6 GB RAM coupled with an alleged 4000mAh battery should give the device quite a power punch indeed, especially as leaked renders and schematics suggest minimal form changes on the Note 7. The only changes that you should expect will be in the form of dimensions, as both Apple and Samsung have been rumored to take it slow with design upgrades. There are only two months until the Note 7 is launched, so more should definitely surface in the future. Till then, stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below.