Samsung Galaxy Note 7 leak confirms Iris Scanner, three colour variants

Samsung is yet to officially confirm the upcoming Galaxy Note 7, but the device has already witnessed its fair share of rumours and speculations.

The latest news comes yet again from renowned leaker Evan Blass, with leaked images of the device in three different colour variants which include Blue Cora, Silver Titanium, and Black Onyx. The Korean manufacturer is expected to unveil these devices next month.

The upcoming Galaxy Note 7 is expected to get a 5.7-inch Quad-HD Super AMOLED display with an added display on the side, just like the one found on the Galaxy S7 Edge. Other key specifications include 6GB of RAM, a hefty 3600mAh battery along with a 12MP primary camera.

Smartphone security is a hot topic these days. And the next Galaxy Note is also set to feature a new Iris scanner, which essentially uses eye-tracking technology to unlock your device. This comes via Samsung’s recent patent applications. It will exist alongside the standard fingerprint scanner to provide an added layer of security.

We will update you with other significant details soon. Keep checking PC-Tablet for the latest happenings in the world of technology.

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