Updated 06/30/16: Added more info about the official name, and advice about the new TouchWiz developments.

And it going strong: The Galaxy Note 7 gossips have started ramping up across technology websites and Android fan sites, and we’re joining in the fun.

Bypassing Galaxy Note 6

Perplexed about why we’re referring to the sixth-generation Note version as the Galaxy Note 7? Well, bound right to seven in an attempt to keep its promotion on level with the remainder of the Galaxy S7 family and Samsung has seemingly chosen to bypass the number six. 

Curved edges, USB-C

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A render of the Galaxy Note 7.

A 3D is offered by a YouTube video from Techconfigurations -left glance at might look like.

The handset will formally be called Galaxy Note 7, comprise an iris scanner, 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen and more. ( Evan Blass )

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Reports have surfaced asserting that Samsung has chosen to release the Galaxy Note 5 successor with a double-edge has no plans to launch the apparatus with a flat screen and curved display. The handset is expected to feature an innovative iris scanner, that will be among its most noteworthy characteristics.

The Note 7’s camera capacities will allegedly contain a 12 megapixel DualPixel back camera and 5 megapixel front-facing camera for video chat and selfies. The source verified that the phablet will comprise an iris scanner that can enable users authorize mobile payments simply by staring at the display and to unlock the apparatus.

Samsung will supposedly offer the Galaxy Note 7 in three color choices upon its release. Users will have a choice between silver, black or blue. The smartphone is expected to send with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and upgraded version of Samsung’s Android skin, TouchWiz.

The Note 7 will even comprise an extremely ample 6 GB of Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chip, LPDDR4 RAM and big non-removable 4,000 mAh battery with rapid charging.

As always, we will keep you current with any new details regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

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