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Samsung ‘Galaxy Note 7 Edge’ Release Confirmed, Phablet Is Said to be The Most Powerful Android Ever [VIDEO]


The release of "Galaxy Note 7 Edge" implies persistent at a fast pace, and is said to be the most powerful Android core product ever. The Samsung device will definitely stand out in all of the Galaxy series.

"Galaxy Note 7 Edge" will be unleashed first by the multinational technology company - Samsung, instead of "Galaxy Note 6," in order for the tech giant to be consistent with the current Galaxy lineup. However, a number of individuals speculated that the move of the company is to compete with Apple's iPhone 7, Yibada reported.

With specifications also leaked out, Samsung's gadget, as specified by the label, will talk with excessive pride of a curved display with a full length body of 5.8-inch, SamMobile reported.

The front curved component of "Galaxy Note 7 Edge" will be delivered in a sensational dual-edge, that the tech company first marked with the Galaxy S6 Edge.

The "Galaxy Note 7 Edge" is slated to be featured with Super AMOLED display technology that should give Note 7 users immersive QHD 2K screen resolution or a display mode of a digital television - 2560 x 1440 display pixels.

Dust protection, waterproof are the most claimed capability of "Galaxy Note 7 Edge," as well as built-in support for virtual reality features.

"Galaxy Note 7 Edge" will resemble the camera set up of Galaxy S7 - a 5-megapixel lens front camera and a 12-megapixel rear shooter.

Other specs of the device include Samsung Pay, Iris Eye Scanner technology, Fingerprint Scanner, 36 gigabyte or 64 gigabyte Storage with Micro-SD support and USB Type-C.

Samsung "Galaxy Note 7 Edge" is said to come along with the Android operating system - Android N. The gadget is slated to unleash in Netherlands by second week of August 2016. "Galaxy Note 7 Edge" SIM-free edition will be up for grabs at €799.

Watch the 3D video as it shows off the "Galaxy Note 7":

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