Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Note 7 has been the subject of a string of leaks and rumours in recent weeks. And now press images of the Korean giant’s next major handset have found their way onto Twitter, giving us our best look at it so far.
As the snaps reveal, the large screen-toting smartphone comes in black, silver and blue colour options, with 'Galaxy Note 7' embossed on the rear. A dedicated ‘7’ screen saver also appears to come as standard.
Up front there is quite clearly an iris scanner, tallying with rumours that Samsung will offer-eye recognition technology to bolster the Note 7's security credentials.
And most interestingly of all, Samsung seems to be going with a dual edge curved screen, similar to the one found in its warmly received Galaxy S7 Edge. That means you'll get a secondary screen that curves down the side of the handset and displays extra info, such as notifications.
A slew of rumours suggest that the Galaxy Note 7 will feature a 5.7–inch OLED screen, a 12 megapixel rear camera, five megapixel front–facing camera, 64GB storage that's expandable via microSD and will be fully dust and waterproof.
The handset is due to be unveiled at a special event on August 2nd.