Samsung Note 7 details leaked

You’ll be able to use S Pen underwater and make GIFs with it


Tech Desk July 30, 2016
What the final device will look like we’ll know for sure after Samsung unveils it at August 2, event. PHOTO: SAMSUNG

Samsung is all set to all launch its flagship smartphone Note 7 on August 2. However, it seems some people can’t even wait few days and a Reddit user with good track record of Samsung leaks is dumping all the details about Samsung Note 7 on a Reddit AMA.

According to the Reddit user, identified as samsungsmart, the new Samsung Note’s code name is GRACE and the body of the phone is similar to S7 Edge with rounded edges and slight edge display.

Samsung to unveil smartphone 'Note 7' on August 2

The device is said to have 4GB RAM and 64GB storage space. The flagship model of the new Samsung device will be in blue with gold bezel, while black and silver units with grey or silver bezel will also be available, while the gold option is said to be international only. Note 7 will have a 3500mAh battery and Gorilla Glass 4.

You’ll be able to use S Pen underwater and make GIFs with it. To make a GIF, all you’ll need to do is trace a section of a video you want to make into a GIF, and it automatically saves to your device. You can even translate words in other languages by simply hovering over it. However, there’s a limitation, you can only translate one word at a time.

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Redditor claims the Note 7 might also have retina scanner which will turn off after 9seconds to protect eyes from being damaged.

What the final device will look like we’ll know for sure after Samsung unveils it on August 2.

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