Uh oh, what do we have here? What you are seeing below, is said to be a leaked screenshot from an internal logistics system that apparently lists the Galaxy Note 7
versions destined for the local Korean market. The SM-N930 obviously marks the next Note generation, as the Note 5
is SM-N920, while the other letters afterwards are the different carrier models and versions, as usual.
As you can see in the screenshot here, however, all the models for one carrier are listed as 64 GB versions, which might come as a tangential proof to the @evleaks rumor that the Note 7 will start you off with 64 GB+ of storage, all the while having a microSD card for further expansion.
Still, the entries further down the list, one of which looks like a model for the popular LG U+ carrier in Korea, don't list the storage specifically, as all basic versions do, so we'll believe that Note 7 starts you off with 64 GB of internal memory when we see it. After all, Samsung did do something similar with the Galaxy S5
(16 GB+) and the Note 4
(32 GB+) in 2014, so there is hope out there.