Samsung Galaxy Note 7 To Come In 3 Color Options

Posted: Jul 4 2016, 11:59pm CDT | by , in Technology News


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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 To Come In 3 Color Options

If patience isn’t your strong suit than you should definitely check out a recent tweet by Evan Blass of @evleaks which shows us Samsung’s plans for its next phablet installment.

Blass has not only showed us what the new Galaxy Note 7 will look like but also the three color options we will have to choose from which are Black Onyx, Silver Titanium and Blue Coral.

The color choices aren’t really a surprise but what did pique our interest was Blass’s earlier tweet in which he apparently confirmed that the new phablet will be known as Galaxy Note 7. This means that Samsung has decided to skip Note 6 and jump directly to Note 7, a strategy implemented to make bring it up to speed with Samsung Galaxy S7 and S 7 edge to minimize confusions between consumers.

We can’t guarantee a hundred percent that the unveiled images are going to exactly match the final product that Samsung will launch but based on our experience with Blass’s reveals and Samsung’s marketing angles we can place a confident bet that this is what consumers will be getting when the time for purchase comes.

Blass has already informed us through a previous tweet that the new Galaxy Note will have an integrated iris scanner, a 5.7 inch QHD SAMOLED display, 64 GB of inbuilt space which can be increased with the help of a micro SD card not to mention the IP68 protection from water and the 12 megapixel Dual Pixel rear camera.

Now we just have to wait till September and see if we actually get all these things or not.

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