Zauba confirms the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would have a 12MP rear snapper
An import and export tracking company in India, Zauba, has been getting a lot of listings on their website and these have helped us to draw a series of inference on the all new and soon to be released Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device and they have mostly been right. The website has provided that the device would have an iris scanner and also, be made to resist water damage and so far, the only misleading piece of information has been the fact that the screen would be 5.7 inches as against the 6 inches recorded.
Since the news on the website can then be taken to a very high degree of truth, it has also surfaced on Zauba that the Galaxy Note 7 device would be making use of a 12MP rear camera, a rumour that has already been making rounds before now. The listing also confirms that not only would the camera use the autofocus technology but also the OIS which is no stranger to Samsung devices.
As a recap of earlier rumours, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would have a QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 chipset for the Chinese and American markets and sell with an Exynos 8893 in every other market. A 4GB of RAM is coupled with security identifiers such as the iris scanner and fingerprint scanner – a feature that speaks loudly of the marshmallow 6.0.
A 3500mAh battery would be on board to support the pre-installed 5MP front camera.
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