Galaxy Note 7 release date, specs, price, rumors

Evan Blass, the well-known leakster who has been revealing leaked specs of the upcoming smartphone, has revealed that the next generation Note phablet from Samsung will be launched as Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

Research firm Kantar has discovered this through results of a survey which shows that the top two reasons for people to buy the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are battery (53.2 percent) and camera (50.9 percent); performance (39.8 percent) and expandable storage (36.5 percent), though important, are far less significant.

Blass has posted an image on Twitter of what seems to as a leaked logo of the Galaxy Note 7.

The Galaxy Note 6 name has been taken for a long vehicle journey, then left in the middle of a field while Samsung makes a hasty exit. Announced on September 1st, 2011 the Galaxy Note was the first smartphone to sport a greater than 5-inch screen with its 5.3-inch Super AMOLED display (with a resolution of 800 x 1280). It's pretty certain that the new devices will be the Galaxy Note 7 and perhaps the Galaxy Note 7 Edge as well.

Making the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 official is something that hardly comes as a surprise anymore and potential buyers are more concerned on what the phablet will bring. So here is a rundown of all the latest leaks, rumors and information regarding the Galaxy Note 7. Last year, they released the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Iron Man version, and earlier this year, the Batman version of the S7 Edge was released.

Samsung stepped its foot on the mark of launching the flagship phones by debuting the release of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. The Galaxy Note 7 dimensions are supposedly to be 153.5mm x 73.9mm x 7.9mm, which is close to the Note 5. He also claims that it will be IP68 certified for water and dust resistance.

The primary rear camera in Galaxy Note 7 will be a 12-megapixel one with Dual Pixel technology. Samsung has not yet finalized all details of the release. Over the next few weeks, we also expect the update to spread to more regions outside Turkey.

  • Geraldine Cohen