Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has launched recently in Ireland at the price of 799 Euros, and according to our resources, it can be launch in India at the price of Rs. 55,000 – 62,000. Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Note 7 early August with 5.8-inch display with dual curved screen, and a 4000mAh battery. Note 7 runs on a slightly faster Exynos processor along with 6GB of RAM. The smartphone features 12-megapixel camera at the back for snapping and video making, and a Dual Pixel camera in the front.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has already gone launched in Ireland Market at the price of 799 Euros with dual-edge 5.8 inch display with 2K resolution. The latest rumours also suggest that Samsung will ditch the flat variant, and only launch a single Galaxy Note 7 model with curved display.
A report from Korea’s ETnews reveals that the Amoled displays for the Galaxy Note 7 will be made by three companies – Samsung SDI, Dow Chemical, and Idemitsu Kosan, and claims that Samsung SDI will supply the ‘phosphorescence green host’, while Dow Chemical will ship the red material, and Idemitsu Kosan will produce the blue one.