Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Note 7 has been seen working on video for the first time. The new handset from the Korean giant is not due to officially launch for another two weeks.
The design is largely similar to the well received Galaxy S7 Edge, with a curved, secondary display that shows notifications along the side of the device.
It's also noticeable that Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface has been given a slight tweak and looks less cluttered than before.
The video does not reveal any new specs, but it’s widely believed that Samsung will equip the Note 7 with a QHD screen measuring 5.8–inches, with 4GB of RAM, a 12-megapixel camera round the back and a five-megapixel camera up front.
It’s still not clear whether the device will be the first to launch with Android Nougat on board.
Google’s new operating system is currently in beta testing. Some insiders claim Samsung will instead offer last year’s Android Marshmallow, with the promise to upgrade the OS in the near future.
The Galaxy Note 7 will be unveiled at special events in London and New York on August 2nd.