Alleged Galaxy Note 7 (Note 6) model number spotted on Samsung's website

Alleged Galaxy Note 7 (Note 6) model number spotted on Samsung's website
A brand new Galaxy Note is coming soon, most likely on August 2, when Samsung will reportedly host one of its famous Unpacked events (where it usually announces new Galaxy S or Galaxy Note handsets). Normally, the upcoming device should be called Galaxy Note 6, since it succeeds the Note 5. However, Samsung may call the handset Galaxy Note 7. That's because the company seemingly wants the Note series to be on the same level, name-wise, with the current Galaxy S models (S7, S7 edge, and S7 Active).

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Of course, for now, Samsung isn't confirming anything regarding its next-generation Note. And yet we discovered that the new smartphone already shows up on Samsung's website. More exactly, it's not the device itself, but one of its model numbers: SM-N930F, which has a UA Profile page. Unfortunately, this particular UA Profile page is devoid of any information about the features of the upcoming Note. Basically, the page's existence confirms only the fact that Samsung is working on a device with the model number SM-N930F. Nevertheless, it makes perfect sense for the SM-N930 to be the Note 7 / Note 6, since the Galaxy Note 5 has the model number SM-N920, the Note 4 is the SM-N910, and so on.

Until Samsung actually announces the new handset, you can see what it's expected to offer by checking out our Galaxy Note 6 / Note 7 rumor review.

source: Samsung

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  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera) 5 MP front
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  • Storage 64GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 3500 mAh
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