Update: July 13: Following the three leaked images of the Galaxy Note 7 (see below) earlier this week, another batch of no less than six new images have appeared on Chinese microblogging site Weibo. The “Black Onyx” version of the Note 7 is the subject of the new pics and is shown off from every angle, albeit with what looks to be a 1.2 MP camera….with finger grease on the lens.
We’ve cropped out the essential parts, tweaked the levels a little so you can kinda see what you’re looking at and collaged them (the originals are pretty small). Apologies for the poor quality, but you can check out the originals here. We can’t vouch for the authenticity of the photos, but with the Galaxy Note 7 officially launching on August 2, there’s bound to be more leaks soon.
Original post, July 11: It was recently reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 might be the most expensive product in the productivity-purposed phablet line so far, starting at roughly $910 in Europe. It seems that was not to be the only leak of the day however, as three images have surfaced via Steve Hemmerstoffer of nowhereelse.fr who has Tweeted no less than three different images of Samsung’s up and coming creation. Here is the first:
The above picture matches our exclusive leak of the front panel of the Galaxy Note 7 from last week, which revealed the unique array of sensors and cameras atop Samsung’s next flagship:
The next two images have, according to a reply in said Tweet, a screen protector on the device thus obscuring the Samsung logo from a recent leak of the press renders:
Today’s photographic trio of leaks also seek to reaffirm the increasingly concrete evidence that suggests the Note 7 will be released in an Edge configuration. Currently it is unknown as to if there will only be a single screen variant, or if Samsung plans to launch a standard “flat panel” offering for those who prefer not to have the extra curves.
With only a few weeks to go before the rumored debut date of August 2nd, it is likely the near future will see additional leaks, including potentially a hands-on with the device itself and/or retail packaging. Eventually, of course, these gradual leaks will be topped by the ultimate icing on the cake: Samsung’s official announcement that will finalize everything and put all the pieces together.
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