Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has appeared at the database of AnTuTu benchmark with a little dissimilar specification than formerly leaked spec sheet from Geekbench. The latter had shown the presumed device carrying model number SM-N930F running Android 7.0 Nougat with RAM capacity of 3GB.
In contrast, the new smartphone shown in the AnTuTu database seems to be sporting 4 gigs of RAM and with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system in place of the latest Nougat. The model number SM-N930V also appears to be a bit different.
Nevertheless, rest of the specifications matches out perfectly. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is presumed to pack a 5.7-inch display with QHD (2560×1440) resolution. The four Kyro cores of Snapdragon 820 is assumed to be at the core of the Note 7 with Adreno 530 managing the graphics department.
It is expected to come with a rear camera of 13 megapixels with LED flash and a 5MP front-facing camera. The listed device is shown to possess inbuilt storage capacity of 64 GB.
A considerable number of leaks have suggested that the smartphone may pack 6GB of RAM and will come with an Iris Scanner. It is also speculated that the Note 7 will get a dual edge display similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. A 3600 mah battery is believed provide juice to the smartphone which is expected to support up to 20 hours of video playback.
It is anticipated that Samsung will unify the naming of its S-series and Note series phones by skipping a numeral. Instead of Note 6, this year’s Note will be named Note 7. The company might have been under the impression that the name Galaxy Note 6 may puzzle the consumers forcing them to perceive it as an older device than the S7-series.