Though Samsung’s upcoming stylus-equipped flagship, the Galaxy Note 7, will officially be unveiled on Aug. 2, we can already see exactly what it looks like thanks to a full set of press photos that made the rounds online. 

Published by Samsung-tracking blog SamMobile, the photos show the Note 7 in three colors: blue, gold and silver (the one color that’s missing here is black), and from all sides. 

The Galaxy Note 7’s looks aren’t exactly a secret, as several press renders leaked a few weeks ago, but these new photos show the gold variant for the first time and the colors are slightly different.

The new photos clearly show that the Note 7 curves on both sides (similarly to the Galaxy S7 Edge). The third black dot on top is likely the rumored iris scanner

Official specifications have not been unveiled, but the rumor mill says it will have a 5.7-inch quad HD Super AMOLED screen, a 12-megapixel camera and IP68 water/dust resistance.

Interestingly, pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 7 have already opened in Dubai, two weeks ahead of launch. Intrigued customers here can leave an AED 500 ($130) deposit to get their device once it ships. 

Read the complete story here

About the author

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Sign Up for Our Newsletter

Get notified of our weekly selection of news

You May Also Like

Thailand Warns of Increased Cyber Threats Amid Russia-Ukraine Conflict

NCSA Deputy Secretary-General Gp Capt Amorn Chomchoey said 12 cyber attacks linked to the Russia-Ukraine conflict have been reported since January 13, mostly targeting key infrastructures such as banks, border control agencies, and news websites.

Why South-East Asian SMEs are missing out on the digital revolution

Digital financial services, in particular, have kept the South-East Asian economy afloat. The rise of digital payments and greater access to the internet have fuelled the rapid rise in digital consumers amid the pandemic. Online payments in the region are poised to exceed $1 trillion by 2025, driven by the ongoing trend away from cash payments and increased usage of e-commerce, as well as further development of new payment methods, particularly for e-wallets and prepaid cards.

How are emerging markets combatting cryptocurrency-related crime?

A record $14bn in digital currencies were transferred to illegal addresses last year, according to blockchain data platform Chainalysis, up 79% on the $7.8bn recorded in 2020.