Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to equip with 3600mAh battery: Here's Why its still good enough

The Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be announced on August 2nd, at an Unpacked event in New York City. Continuing their trend that they started last year, in which they announce the Galaxy Note 7 ahead of the new iPhone launch – usually slated for mid-September. Samsung is also expected to skip the Galaxy Note 6 and go straight to the Galaxy Note 7, as we told you about it in our previous report.

Murtazin also reports that the Galaxy Note 7 will be capable of pushing 20 hours of video at maximum brightness on a single charge, and that the battery size will be 3,600mAH, the same size battery found in the Galaxy S7 edge. Whether or not this will be achieved with a battery of that size isn’t known. Notorious Russian leakster, Eldar Murtazin has been responsible for a few credible leaks in the past

If Murtazin is right about the 20-hour video playback, the 4,000mAh would be more likely to reach that. Unless Samsung optimizes its software, cut through battery hunger bloatware apps, uses a power efficient display, and uses new ultra-efficient CPUs, then 3,600mAh sounds like a long shot.

Now as reported earlier Galaxy Note 7 to come with 128GB and 256GB of internal storage. The Note7 will sport a 5.7" QHD Super AMOLED display, feature a 12MP rear and 5MP front camera, and come with 6GB of Ram. The handset will be IP68 certified, and will be available in black, silver, and blue color options. Samsung might opt to release both the Snapdragon 823 and Exynos 8890 variants of this device, at least according to rumours. 

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