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Jul 08, 2016 08:58 PM EDT

Samsung ‘Galaxy Note 7’ Features Leaked, UK Price & Release Date


Part of Samsung "Galaxy Note 7's" development life cycle is to undergo a  benchmark testing, and while the Galaxy Note phablet is now at it, some of its core features have been revealed.

A tweet revealed by a known leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer, a seemingly leaked image of the "Galaxy Note 7's" specifications from the comprehensive Android Benchmarking application - AnTuTu, showed the device's name and model number which is - SM-N930V.

The base number of SM-N930 is a a piece of information that this is the next Galaxy Note, for the reason that the current "Note 5" displayed a model number of SM-N920, based on the report of GSM Arena.

Based on the specs of the benchmarking site, "Galaxy Note 7" will run Android 6.0.1, the device is powered by the quad-core processor of Snapdragon 820 along with a graphics processor unit - Adreno 540.

Even the screen size was not revealed, but the resolution pointed out with a High Definition (HD) display of 2,560x1,440 pixels. "Galaxy Note 7" also features an internal storage of 64 gigabytes along with a 4 gigabyte memory. The device's rear camera grasps a 13-megapixel, while the front shooter holds 5-megapixel, CNET reported.

Samsung's smartphone sales have declined over the past couple of years. But, the tech giant's earnings in the first quarter of 2016 was revived by the strong consumer demand for the "Galaxy S7" smartphone and the company expected to do it again with the results of second quarter. Samsung got their hopes up on that same magic charm to boost sales of its upcoming Galaxy Note.

Around mid August, Samsung tends to hold an Unpacked event in which it publicly announces the new Samsung Note. And based on the previous strategy of the tech giant, the "Galaxy Note 7" is expected in the UK between £600 and £650, according to PC Advisor.

The new gadget will certainly be available SIM-free direct from Samsung, eBay as well as Amazon UK.

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