The release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be on August 2nd and on the same day the company will ship five million units for its customers.
After the company has received the approval from the FFC, the only thing left for Samsung is to release the Note 7. The latest technological feature will be the iris scanner and the updated TouchWiz ‘Grace UX.’
In other words, the new model will have a different and a better menu compared with previous models. Also, the company confirmed that Note 7 would have 4 GB of RAM, despite the fact that the smartphone was rumored to come with 6 GB.
The first video with the review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 showed that the model works very fast. For instance, the iris scanner unlocks the device in a blink of an eye. In addition to this, the speed can be compared even with the Apple’s Touch ID sensors from iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Besides having no lag, the Grace UX interface is quite impressive meaning that customers will benefit from a new experience. It was also mentioned during the video that Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would be equipped with 4 GB of RAM instead of 6 GB as it has been previously rumored.
However, the Grace UX TouchWizz UI and the iris scanner are not the only new features because this model will have an S-pen stylus and it is possible to be functional even underwater.
Regarding other features, the next-generation smartphone comes with a 5.7-inch 2.560 x 1.440 Quad HD Super AMOLED display which will also be curved edged. This generous display is expected to make quite an impression on the market, mainly thanks to the fact that it has curved edges.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be available with two types of processors based on region. The processor will be either Exynos or Snapdragon. The storage capacity will consist of a 64 GB internal memory plus a microSD slot card that will allow users to increase storage capacity with 128 GB.
The new device is expected to have a 5-megapixel front-facing camera for decent selfies and a 12-megapixel rear camera with OIS.
Not just the display will be generous because Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will also have a non-removable battery of 3.600 to 4.000 mAh and wireless charging. The standard micro USB port present in most smartphones will be replaced by a Type-C USB port.