Samsung released the Galaxy S7 in March, and the company is already working on their next flagship, the Galaxy Note 7, which is rumored to be officially announced as early as August 2. Up until now there were some vague rumors regarding the next Samsung flagship, but according to sources, its existence became certain once a new model, the SM-N930F, appeared on the company’s website. Although it should normally be the Note 6, everyone seems to be more and more certain of the fact that the South Korean smartphone manufacturer will skip the Galaxy Note 6 and will go straight to number 7.
Since there was only one new model number listed on the manufacturer’s website we might get only one version of the galaxy note, instead of the regular and the Edge, as we would have expected. So far, rumor has it that the Galaxy Note 7 will look a lot like the previous model, and it will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 chipset and 6, possibly even 8GB of RAM. Most likely, the Note 7 will be equipped with a 5.8-inch Quad-HD Super AMOLED display, promising extremely clear and sharp images. There seems to be a little uncertainty regarding the cameras of the next Samsung flagship, some sources believe that the Note 7 will have a 12MP f/1.7 camera while others think that it’s highly probable that the next Galaxy Note will come with a dual-camera setup.
So far, nothing is certain, except the fact that there will be a model number SM-N930F, so we can expect Samsung to surprise us with some additional features too. We will know more when the Note 7 will be officially launched until then we can only make suppositions. Everyone is expecting a model that will be a lot better than the previous one, but we’ll have to wait and see if our expectations will be met by Samsung or not. Who knows? Maybe they prepare something truly great for us this time.