A prototype of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 flat-screen showed in the photo

According to unofficial information, the Samsung digging some time choosing which version Galaxy Note 7 release – as before-see screen or with the screen curved on two side edges. Then, apparently, the manufacturer decided, choosing the Galaxy Note 7 with a curved screen, and a “flat” model was canceled. Now, the network appeared live pictures of the prototype of this allegedly abolished version.
A prototype of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 flat-screen showed in the photo
As you can see, Samsung do tested Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with a traditional display. Note that there is still a possibility of release of both versions of the phablet.
The announcement of Samsung Galaxy Note7 appointed on 2 August 2016, the company has already confirmed the date officially. According to rumors, Samsung Galaxy Note7 attributed to the 5.8-inch (or 5.7-inch) Super AMOLED-display with a resolution of QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels), curved at two edges, Qualcomm Snapdragon or Exynos brand 821/823 8893, depending on region of release, 6 GB of RAM and 256 GB of flash memory, and battery 4000 mAh, protection from water and dust according to IP68 standard and the scanner of the iris.

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