A new alleged variant for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7 flagship phablet was found through benchmarking test results posted on an online database. Long rumored to have a massive set of hardware specifications, the new variant for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 appeared to be something that is a bit more toned down as compared to what users may have been expecting, with information leaking from the rumor mill in the past several months now. This time, a new benchmark test result via AnTuTu revealed a variant of the Galaxy Note 7 with a humbler set of specs.
According to the listing found on AnTuTu, a certain new variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, with a model number of SM-N930V, was put through the benchmarking tests. The listing revealed that the SM-N930V device runs under a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset. The display, whose exact size is still unconfirmed, is expected to at around 5.7 inches to a massive 6 inches, with a Quad HD resolution and 2560 x 1440 pixels. The device found on AnTuTu has a quad-core central processing unit (CPU) and the AdrenoTM530 graphics processing unit (GPU) for gaming and video playback.
The memory on the tested device packs a mere 4 GB worth of random access memory (RAM), unlike the massive 6 GB of RAM that has been rumored for it. The device packs 64 GB worth of internal storage capacity. Other storage variants expected for the upcoming new flagship phablet include 128 GB and a 256 GB variants as well.
Other expected features for the new device include the addition of a USB Type-C port which had been the alleged reason as to why Samsung developed new Gear VR headset with USB Type-C port support.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be launched at a company event this Aug. 2.