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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with dual-curve screen leaks out, three color variants revealed

There's still a full month to go before Samsung will finally announce the Galaxy Note 7, and yet we can already take a look at what appear to be official renders of the device. As many, many times before (when images of unannounced devices leaked out), these Galaxy Note 7 renders have been revealed by Evan Blass, who originally gained fame as @evleaks



There are three Galaxy Note 7 color variants that can be seen below (Black Onyx, Blue Coral, and Silver Titanium), and we're guessing that all will be available once the new handset hits the market in the US and around the world.

As widely expected, the Galaxy Note 7 does indeed feature a dual-curve display that's similar to the screens of the Galaxy S7 edge and S6 edge. The new Note's rear includes a familiar-looking camera (probably the same 12 MP one that can be found on the Galaxy S7 family), while the S Pen stylus cradle is situated on the lower right side of the handset. On the front, at the top, there's a selfie camera next to what's most likely an iris scanner. At the bottom, we can see a physical home button (which should include a fingerprint scanner) flanked by two capacitive keys - as you'd expect from a Samsung smartphone. 

Overall, the Galaxy Note 7 looks somewhat taller than last year's Galaxy Note 5, though that may be just an illusion created by the curved display (allegedly, this is a 5.7-inch Quad HD panel). 

Samsung will likely announce the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2, and could start selling it not long after that. Until that happens, let us know if you like the handset's design, will you? 

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