The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is nearing its launching date in China and information keep on surfacing about it, the latest being a China edition of the device certified by TENAA. The certification shows that the device will feature 6 GB of RAM. As a result of this new info, tech bloggers have begun to speculate about the price of the Note 7. Presumably, the phablet’s price will be between $864 and $914. The $864 (5688 yuan) one will have 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage space, whereas the $914 (6088 yuan) one will have 6 GB RAM and 128 GB of internal storage space. But keep in mind that these are speculated prices not the actual real ones.
Other speculations are based on supposed information gathered from somebody in the Samsung Sales staff in China and these state that the unveiling date for the device is the 26th of August and that it will hit the stores in China on the 2nd of September.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 China Edition Specs
Apparently, the 6GB RAM version of the Note 7 will only be made available in China. It’s also believed to be powered by a Snapdragon 820 chipset and a 3500 mAh battery that supports fast charging tech.
The handset’s display will be protected by the latest Gorilla Glass 5 from Corning and it will also feature an iris scanner which is believed to be slightly problematic but impressive nonetheless. Samsung said that the iris scanner is far more efficient than the fingerprint scanner and that it can be used to unlock the phablet or for unlocking apps, notes, folders and photos.
In terms of camera there isn’t much information out there about it but it’s presumed to sport a 12 MP main one much like the US edition.
The Note 7 is also believed to by dust-proof and waterproof and that it will have USB Type C connector. Of course, no phablet is complete without a special pen accessory and the Note 7 has one of those as well – a pressure sensitive S pen.