Samsung Galaxy Note 7 And Improved Gear VR SM-R323 Leak In High Definition Photos

Posted: Jul 29 2016, 4:46am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 29 2016, 4:51am CDT, in News | Technology News

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and New Improved Gear VR Leak in High Definition Photos

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has leaked in full ahead of its August 2 unveil.

Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2 in New York. There have been already plenty of leaks revealing everything about the Note 7. Today NoWhereElse released a set of high resolution press photos of the Note 7, showing the Galaxy Note 7 in its full glory.

The new Samsung Gear VR headset makes also an appearance in a HD photo. The report also states that the new Gear VR with USB-C is improving on specifications, which will be bummer for current Gear VR owners.

The new Gear VR SM-R323 supports 110 degrees FOV instead of 96 degrees, allowing for better immersion. The new Gear VR sports a dark blue color instead of beige.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 features an Iris scanner, 6GB RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, 4GB RAM, 5.7-inch AMOLED screen (2560x1440),USB-C, 64GB storage, microSD slot (up to 256GB) stylus, 3,500mAh, 12MP camera, 5MP front camera and IP68 Water and Dust Resistance. The measurements of the Galaxy Note 7 are 153.5x73.9x7.9mm and the weight is 168g.

The Note 7 will retail for 850 Euro in France says @Onleaks in his report on NoWhereelse.

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