The latest leaked video of the purported Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will surely satisfy and delight those who prefer a powerful and robust phone. Based on the schematics of the Galaxy Note 7, the leaked image reveals new dimensions of the device. Additionally, a video that surfaced online also indicates an inclusion of USB Type-C port and support for stylus Pen.
Noted leakster, Shai Mizrachi posted schematics of the upcoming phablet on his official Twitter page @ShaiMizrachi. It reveals that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be 7.8mm thicker compared to Galaxy Note 5 which is 7.6mm thick.
The other dimensions of the rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 7 include 153mm in height and 74.5mm in width. On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 5 has a dimension of 153.2 x 76.1mm.
Substantiating previous speculations, a leaked video also revealed that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note phablet will be remarkably similar to that of the Galaxy S7 in terms of design elements. The video has been posted by uSwitch (via OnLeaks).
Video Credit – YouTube/ uSwitchTech
The video that has recently surfaced also indicated possible inclusion of a USB-C port. If rumors are to be believed, the new Note 7 will be the first-ever handset in the Note series to have deviated from the standard USB. Earlier speculations also suggested that the next-gen Galaxy Note phablet will come packed with USB-C technology, which enables faster data transfer and accelerated charging.
The leaked render also hinted at Home Button with a fingerprint scanner and iris sensor. According to rumors, Samsung will also introduce a curved-screen variant of the Galaxy Note 7 with an ‘edge’ moniker. The anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Edge may sport a dual-lens camera set-up.
This year, Samsung is believed to break the conventional naming protocol of its popular phablet and rename the next generation of Galaxy Note 5 as Note 7. The company seems to strike a balance with the naming number scheme with its 2016 flagship series, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.