Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (SM-N930V) Appears on AnTuTu With 4 GB of RAM

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to launch on August 2 with 5.7-inch QHD display and will be powered by 4000 mAh battery and come with a IP68 certification.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (SM-N930V)

Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone which is set to launch on August 2, has been found on AnTuTu with a model number of SM-N930V, likely to be new variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

The listing reveals Samsung Galaxy Note 7 comes with a Qualcomm SD820 SoC with quad-core 1.59 GHz CPU, 5.7-inch QHD display with Adreno TM530 graphics processing unit (GPU) for gaming and video playback.

According to the listing, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will come will no come with 6 GB RAM instead has a 4 GB of RAM. The new smartphone offers 64 GB internal storage capacity. However other storage variants expected for the upcoming new flagship smartphone include 128 GB and a 256 GB variants. The Galaxy Note 7 will run on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and not Android Nougat which expected earlier.

The listing also claim the Galaxy Note 7 will come with an Iris scanner. The other expected features for the new upcoming smartphone include the addition of a USB Type-C port, 13 MP rear camera with 5 MP front camera. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 said to be powered by 4000 mAh battery and come with a IP68 certification.