First Image Of The Actual Galaxy Note 7 Is Here

Posted: Jul 12 2016, 11:02am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 12 2016, 10:01pm CDT, in Rumors | Technology News

 
First Image Of The Actual Galaxy Note 7 Is Here
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After seeing countless images of the Galaxy Note 7 we find ourselves with the first real image of the actual device via techtastic. Side by side with one its official press renders for comparison we can see the actual device which is sadly switched off.

To make sure that the image we are seeing is authentic observe the sensor array present in the top bezel. It has the three different lenses necessary to make the iris scanner operative just like in the image of the official renders.

By looking at this image it is realistic to say that we might get our first ever curved screen. More of these images will start to make their appearance soon as large scale production is expected to commence from this month with the official announcement expected to happen on the 2nd of August.

The Galaxy Note 7 is jam packed with features which include a 5.7 inch QHD AMOLED touchscreen, the Samsung Exynos 8893 chipset or the alternative Snapdragon 821 CPU, possibly 6 GB of RAM, the expected connectivity options which included a USB Type C port and so on.

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