Samsung Galaxy Note 7 unboxed, 4GB RAM/ 64GB space confirmed
After a very long period of wait, months of numerous leaks and what is certainly not the best covert operation from Samsung, the Galaxy Note 7 device has finally launched and now, we know what speculations and rumors to put to rest and which ones to confirm as we take the device out of the box.
The sticker for the Korean version of the Galaxy Note 7 shows that it is running the Exynos chipset in this market and for the United States, it is likely we get the Snapdragon processor instead. While the screen comes in at approximately 5.7 inches, there is certainly no indication of a curved screen or edge device here.
Going further, the latest Note would start with an internal storage space of 64GB and if you’ve got 99 problems here, Samsung has made sure that storage wouldn’t be one of them. Although, you must be prepared to shell out major bucks.
The elaborate rumor that suggested 6GB of RAM under this device would need to go to rest as you would have to make do with the 4GB available, but that is not so bad because there is really an IP68 rating on this device. You can now stay underwater (as far as three feet deep) with the device, use it there and be safe for as long as half an hour.
Doesn’t the Note 7 get you excited already?
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