Samsung Galaxy Note 7 leaked video and images confirms dual edge display

With the launch date coming near, the leaks are turning into a steady flow of information about Samsung’s next Note, The Galaxy Note 7. Here’s one of the clearest real world images of the Galaxy Note 7 that we’ve seen so far. This is the Black Onyx version of the device as per the Android Authority.

Image Source: Android Authority

Image Source: Android Authority

Samsung is all set to announce the Galaxy Note 7 officially on August 2 at the Samsung Unpacked event. Regardless the actual specs of the Galaxy Note 7 that are to be revealed by the company on its launch event (August 2), rumors have suggested it will have a 5.8 inch dual-edged display like the Galaxy S7 edge.

Earlier on July 20, the famous Evan Blass tweeted an image of the Galaxy Note 7 that reveals the phablet’s dual curved edges, the USB Type-C Port, the push-to-eject pen and the embedded finger print sensor.

Also, the previous images leaked by the Evan Blass reveals the front and rear mug shots of the device in three different colors:- Black Onyx, Silver Titanium and Blue Coral.

As per the Android Authority, the video below, comes courtesy of accessory maker Olixer, which was testing the tantalizing tech with a trio of of screen protectors and shows off just how seemingly bezel-less the phone is, as well as the sheer sheen and substance of the sliding sides:

The Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be launched on August 2nd as confirmed earlier. While the specs are seemingly solidified, there are still some points to ponder, namely if there will be a “non-edge” variant, if the phone will in fact, have just 4 GB of RAM, and how well the iris scanner will work in real life use. There are also rumors suggesting the device will literally go on sale the day it’s announced.  

Read: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 expected specifications

Source: Android Authority

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