Samsung’s next big smartphone can come as Samsung Galaxy Note 7, rather that the Note 6. There have been a few rumors about the upcoming smartphone; one of the biggest is about its name.
According to Mobile reporter Evan Blass, Samsung’s next smartphone will skip the Galaxy Note 6 name. He reported on Twitter that Samsung’s follow-up to that last year’s Note 5 will skip the Note 6 and will be named as the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
The company aims to bring the Note series in line with the Samsung Galaxy S series and evade confusion among customers, who may believe that the Galaxy Note 6 will be the last model in the series.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to release on August 2. The smartphone would be featuring an Iris Scanner, 64GB of internal space that can be further expanded using a microSD card.
Blass says that the Galaxy Note 7 will boast a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display. It is also supposed to come with a 12mp rear and 5mp front camera. The smartphone is also expected to be powered by a 4000mAh powerful battery.
Blass also reports that the smartphone will be IP68-certified, means it can survive underwater for 30 minutes and is also dust-proof. The smartphone will come in different variants including black, blue and silver.
Beside, the phablet is also reported to follow the 2K resolution display that is currently being applied to various other devices and smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will reportedly bring a new Note productivity feature called Samsung Focus. The feature will allow smartphone users to manage their incoming and outgoing mails, tweets and many other things associated with social media. The feature would act as a communication hub between apps which will help users to switch from one application to another.
Earlier this month, it also came to notice that the Galaxy Note 7 could feature a curved-edge display. The smartphone is also reported to support an improved RAM.
Samsung last year removed the microSD expansion from the Galaxy Note, now again with the addition of this feature it seems Samsung is enticing its disappointed fans. As for many Galaxy Note fans, the microSD extension was a best support of data backup, transfer, storage and exchange.
Samsung 64GB internal storage would offer much more functionality to every Samsung Galaxy Note 7 buyer.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 could be released during a Samsung event planned on August 2, though the launch of the smartphone is expected to take place in the mid of the month.