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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 With 6-Inch Display May Be Under Testing

Samsung may be testing a new variant of the upcoming Galaxy Note 7 with a 6-inch screen, according to listings on an import site. The unreleased Galaxy Note 7 is rumoured to carry a 5.7in or 5.8in display size as opposed to the 6in screen size spotted for testing.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Import site Zauba which has listed several test versions of Samsung’s devices in the past shows a test version for a Samsung Galaxy device with a 6in screen being sent to Bangalore, India, where Samsung has a major R&D department. Various Galaxy Tabs and Galaxy phones have been tested in this facility and sent back to South Korea.

The model number mentioned on the smartphone is SM-N930 which has been reported as the internal code for the Galaxy Note 7 in the past. This could also mean that it may be another variant of the Note 7 like a Note 7 Edge or simply another Note 7 with a bigger screen. Samsung has been rumoured to plan an array of smartphones for 2017 and this model may feature under that bracket.

It is also unlikely that just a month before the Note 7 releases the company would still be testing the main model. Plus, just recently famed tipster Evan Blass posted the first reliable renders for the device which roughly look like a 5.7inch screen.

Other than the humongous screen which is slated to have a Super AMOLED display with dual-curved edges, the device will feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 or 823 chip-set running on 6GB of RAM. The Note 7 is also speculated to be the first mainstream flagship smartphone to feature iris scanning technology.

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