Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Pops Up in Press Renders, Courtesy of Evan Blass
After seeing the Galaxy Note 7 front panel this week, it’s time for the mother of all leaks, as renders of the newcomer have surfaced, courtesy of Evan Blass. These are 3D renders, usually meant for the press and shown below.
This phablet will debut exactly one month from now, during an event supposed to take place in New York. Interestingly, those 3 holes meant for the iris scanner seem to be gone, so maybe these renders were created before the panel leak. It may be the curved screen edges, but the device looks very narrow, compared to what we usually see as a Note format.
We also learn of some new hues, like Blue Coral, Black Onyx and Silver Titanium. The back of the device also has curved edges and the stylus keeps the clickable end, which we can spot in the pics too. We’re expecting the device to debut with a 5.7 inch Quad HD screen, a Snapdragon 821 or 823 CPU and 4 or 6 GB of RAM. The Dual Pixel camera and waterproofing from the S7 will be kept.