Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Onyx Black Photos Leaked, Check Them Out
Recently some leaked images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7 appeared on the internet. Today another batch of photos has been leaked courtesy of China. These new photos show the glorious Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Onyx Black. According to these images, the handset seems to be completely black giving a stylish and conjoined look instead of having a silvery frame.
Black Onyx is one of the three colors that the handset is expected to release in, the other two being Silver Titanium and Blue Coral.
As rumored earlier, the flagship device seems to feature only a curved edge screen, something which the recently released Galaxy S7 lacked (there was S7 Edge for curved screen).
The curved screen might also allow users to write on it using the provided s-pen. There is also the possibility that the device will have two size variants, one of them featuring a 6-inch screen.
There is another rumor floating around that the device might have a dual camera configuration like the upcoming iPhone.
From previous information, Note 7 will once again feature 64GB, 128GB and 256GB of storage with UFS 2.0 standard for improved read and write speeds while also giving users the option to expand storage through MicroSD card slot. The device is expected to either feature a Snapdragon 820 or an Exynos 8893 chipset coupled with 4GB of RAM for some high end performance.
Samsung has already confirmed that it will be officially announcing the Galaxy Note 7 during an event in New York on 2nd August while pricing and availability will be confirmed after the event, so interested people will have to do with these rumors and leaks until then.
How many of you are waiting for this phone to be revealed officially? Is it on your buy list? Let us know in the comments below.
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