Smartphone leakster @OnLeaks has shared multiple new press renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7, showing it off from pretty much every angle in three different colors – Onyx Black, Coral Blue, and Silver Titanium.
Along with the renders of the phablet itself, we also get to take a look at the first leaked press render of the new Galaxy Gear VR headset that will debut alongside the Galaxy Note 7. The new Gear VR headset will connect to the Galaxy Note 7 via the USB Type-C port, although it is said to be compatible with older Galaxy flagship smartphones such as the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 line, despite the fact that they come with a Micro USB 2.0 port. It will reportedly be priced at around the $90 mark, which is more or less similar to previous iterations.
The latest leak also reveals the phablet’s key specifications, most of which were previously confirmed as well. The Galaxy Note 7 will measure 153.5 x 73.9 x 7.9mm and weigh in at 168 grams, which means that it will be more comfortable to hold in the hand than its predecessor. Unfortunately, it appears that the Galaxy Note 7 will only feature 4GB of RAM and not 6GB as rumored so far. Battery size is also slightly disappointing at 3500mAh, which is 100mAh smaller than the one inside the Galaxy S7 Edge.