Another day, another leak! A fresh set of hardware features for the Samsung's next-gen Galaxy Note has surfaced. This time,the information comes directly from the Twitter handle of Evan Blass – better known as evleaks.
Evleaks is calling the latest details as "confirmed specs" of the new Note dubbed Galaxy Note 7. According to him the Note 7 would sport a 5.7in Super AMOLED screen of QHD resolution, which means the upcoming phablet will match the screen size of the current Note 5, instead of a 5.8in what has been rumoured all these while.
Another key feature is 64GB internal storage with support for microSD card for additional storage. Besides, there would be a 12-megapixel camera at the back with dual pixel phase detection autofocus technology and a five-megapixel front-facing camera.
The Note would be IP68 certified for better water and dust-resistance capabilities. In terms of colours, the handset would come in a blue variant, apart from the normal black and silver variants. There is also mention of Iris scanner — a method to unlock the phone – in the evleaks' post.
Apart from the hardware and software features, evleaks has also shared what appears to be an official logo of the Note 7. We would get to know more about the new Note once Samsung launches the device, which is expected on 2 August 2016.