Recent Zauba import sheet confirms that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be a waterproof device.
As the expected launch date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 approaches, more details of the phablet are coming to the foreground (including the latest benchmarking details coming to light that shows a disappointing choice of internal hardware). A number of technological changes will ship with the large-screened device, including a switch from micro USB for connection to the more modern USB-C.
Samsung is expected to push its message of innovation and technology through the Note 7. The inclusion of USB-C is going to be joined by features such as a dual-lens rear camera and a reworking of Samsung’s Android UI. It has also led to questions about how the Note 7 will work with the Gear VR2, Samsung’s popular VR headsets upcoming model which are also recently leaked via an import document.
Previous it was rumored that the Note 7 would be powered by Qualcomm’s latest release the Flagship grade Snapdragon 821/823 processor but considering the recent leaks The Note 7 will be equipped with the Former Flagship processor Snapdragon 820 ( which powered most of the flagship devices of 2016 including hits like Galaxy s7, Mi 5, HTC 10, Xperia X, Le Max 2, Oneplus 3 ) . Currently, some specs are confirmed by various leaks.