For the rumours to be judged true, we have to wait till the 2nd of August.
The Galaxy Note 7 is also expected to feature stylus support and Samsung's special Note software in addition to its typical TouchWiz launcher.
Samsung's earnings during the remainder of this year hinge on how well the Galaxy Note 7 does following strong sales of the Galaxy S7, which hit stores in the first half.
According to a GSM Arena report, the images in question are those of "preliminary Galaxy Note 7 units being sent out from Samsung to its partners and testing labs."Samsung recently cleared the air why it was calling this year's Note, as Note 7 and not Note 6".
But Samsung plans to focus its Olympics marketing ammunition on the Galaxy S7 rather than the Note 7. Samsung's new Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be unveiled next month, with a release coming shortly thereafter. According to the letters, the Galaxy Note 7 will be unveiled in NY at 11 am on August 2 in NY, the US. Company officials say that the Note 7 was "made for those who want to get the most from their phones - and their lives". This enables the battery to stay as it is as long as the device isn't actively being used. Neither Samsung nor any other reputable sources have confirmed whether or not the Note 7 would force only one version on consumers. That being said, a number of rumors suggested that the Galaxy Note 7 will ship with the iris scanner on board, and even the company's event invite teased such a sensor... well, it seems like the rumors were right, read on. The phablet is expected to come with nothing less than 4GB of RAM, and some vague report have raised the expectations, claiming the device could spot 8GB RAM.
Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2 in NY, and we'll be covering the event live on the ground. Some of the rumored features of the upcoming LG device include an all-metal design, a 5.7 or 5.5-inch Quad-HD screen, improved fingerprint scanner, multiple cameras and a secondary display. It's yet to be seen if the phone itself will be larger overall or if Samsung was able to shrink down the device's bezels enough to maintain the physical dimensions of last year's model.