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Jul 02, 2016 04:20 AM EDT

Samsung ‘Galaxy Note 7’ Will Be Available In Black, Silver & Blue; Run with the Latest Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC

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Samsung's next major smartphone to be unleashed is the "Galaxy Note 7," and the multinational conglomerate company has yet to officially give information regarding the unveiling of the upcoming gadget.

It has been said that the tech giant will put "Galaxy Note 6" on hold to give way for the "Note 7."

The photos leaked online did not only exhibit the front and back of the device, but Samsung also highlight some of the color choices of "Galaxy Note 7." The device will be available in colors Blue Coral, Black Onyx and Silver Titanium.

A couple of weeks ago, the Blue Coral color "Note 7" had already been all but confirmed, however, the images went up online to confirm Silver Titanium and Black Onyx  as well, Android Headlines reported.

In a Twitter post, an image of three phones that could possibly be Samsung's "Note 7." The gadget seemed to  have a curved front-screen. And the most striking image is the Blue Coral "Note 7," based on the report of CNET.

Along with "Galaxy Note 7's" iris scanner and design changes, the device is loaded with the traditional specification-trumping hardware. The upcoming gadget is expected to run with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC, with on-board storage of 6 gigabyte of RAM, 64 gigabyte and the upgraded 12 MP camera, according to Forbes.

Also expected in the upcoming device are An S Pen (presumably), USB-C with USB 3.1, IP68 water and dust resistance, according to Android Central.

But, experts questioned the battery capacity of "Galaxy Note 7" which matches the "S7 Edge" rather than making it the best in class battery for Android gadgets.

However, people speculated the launch event for the forthcoming Samsung gadget will be on August 2 at the Lincoln Center in New York City. And with the importance of the handset, satellite events might be held in Europe and Asia, Sam Mobile reported.

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