Leaked images of Galaxy Note 7 box casing Specs list only 4GB RAM

Samsung Galaxy note 7

A recent leaked image of the paper box casing for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has revealed that the device will only feature 4GB of RAM and has not seen an upgrade to 6GB RAM as speculated. The Galaxy Note 7 is scheduled to be unveiled tonight in the 7 Unpacked media event for which Samsung has sent out invitations for since last month.

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Leaked Samsung Galaxy note 7 paper box casing

The rumors of an upgrade to 6GB RAM by Samsung was elicited by the unveiling of a 10nm 6GB RAM by the Korean mobile giant earlier this year. However, this recent leak which is that of the paper box casing meant for the Korean version of the device that would be available in Samsung’s home country.

The casing contained a role call of some of the key specs of the Galaxy Note 7 which would be packaged with the box. The feature detailed on the box is the presence of LTE Cat. 12 network band with three carrier aggregation. Which is an indication that the flagship smartphone can muster a download speed of 600Mbps and an awesome upload speed of 100Mbps.

The Korean version of the Galaxy Note 7 sports some features which would be different from the version meant for the international market and one of such is that this version lists the device as being powered by a 64-bit Octa-core processor likely to be Samsung’s Exynos 8890 chipset. The listing also showed that the Galaxy Note 7 would have a 64GB as the base storage size just as rumored.

Samsung Galaxy note 7

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 according to the casing details features a 143.9mm Quad HD Super AMOLED display an tag along 12MP dual cameras at the back and a 5MP front facing shooter. Alongside, the device also features IP68 level waterproof and dustproof protection.

All these would formally be unveiled to the world tonight and we’ll be here to bring you all the juicy details. Keep a date!

Mckay Jonson

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