Samsung Galaxy Note 7 spotted on AnTuTu Benchmark with 4GB RAM

Most awaited Samsung galaxy Note 7, now spotted on AnTuTu Benchmarking listings. The device listed carries the model number SM-N930V, with the specs almost similar to its young sibling Samsung Galaxy S7, but not same as rumoured earlier. As per the AnTuTu results, the Galaxy Note 7 is powered with the Snapdragon 820, which is paired with 4GB RAM. But it may change at the time of launching as there is no upgraded version of Qualcomm’s processor is available, and it could be replaced with Snapdragon 821 (aka 823) and the other variants with Exynos 8893.


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was expected to have 6GB RAM and Snapdragon 821. But the device spotted currently will be only a variant, and there would be more powerful variant in the final product, as the Galaxy S7 also carries the same hardware configuration. There could be a a USB Type-C port, iris scanner and a 4,000mAh battery pack moulded with the device.

The device spotted now runs on the Android 6.0.1 only. But the Geekbench Results leaked earlier showed up the device with Android N. The device is expected to launch in August, probably on the 2nd day of 8th month.

Stay tuned with us to get more news about Galaxy Note 7 !

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