After the launch of the flagship smartphones Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge variants, Samsung is now gearing up for the launch of the next smartphone in Galaxy Note series. As we approach the release date of the smartphone, more and more new speculations arise on the information that is available. A model number alleged to be the Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 7 smartphone has been spotted on the company’s official website.
Samsung hasn’t revealed any details on the device itself but has rather leaked the model number SM-N930F, which has a User Agent Profile page. The mere existence of the page and the model number indicates that the South Korean manufacturer is working on a new model. Note that, the Galaxy Note 5 carried the Model number SM-N920, and the Galaxy Note 4 carried the model number SM-N910. This would only mean that the Galaxy Note 7 will have the model number SM-930F.
Rumors also suggest that the Edge variant of the smartphone will also be launched with the model number SM-N935. Another rumor suggests that the new smartphone will feature an Iris Scanner for unlocking the device. This would be an interesting feature to have since it will be first of it’s kind in a Note series on the market. Also, the company is known for packing the phablet will all possible features, and hence, there is a huge possibility of seeing this. Taking about specification, the device is known to have an upgraded stylus, 6GB of RAM and it will be powered by a Snapdragon 823 chipset.
However, this is all just a speculation at this point of time, and we have no official confirmation from the company. But we do know that the company has settled on the seven moniker, to stay up to date with the Galaxy S series. Other reports indicate that Samsung is all set to start the mass production of the Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy Note 7 Edge starting this July and intends to produce about 5 million units until the launch on August 2nd at the Unpacked 2016 event. Stay tuned for more details on the device as we get close to the launch date.