Samsung Finally Confirmed Release Date On August 2

Samsung will allow everyone to witness the live telecast of their unveiling of Note 7 via their official website.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will reportedly start at a price of Euro 849 in Europe, roughly translating to around Rs 63,000.

Galaxy Note 7, a smartphone which is expected to be unveiled very soon.

Also, keeping the iPhone 7 launch in September in mind, Samsung would love to give the Galaxy Note 7 a good enough time to establish its dominance in the market and hence this haste in the release.

As Samsung is now testing the Grace UX, its Galaxy Note 7 is anticipated to arrive with a feature that includes a new version of TouchWiz. Data made available showed that 14.6 percent of American consumers are buying either of Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, while 14.6 percent are buying Apple's iPhone 6S or 6S Plus. As with Samsung's Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone, we expect that the Note 7 will feature special edge functionality, including the ability to view notifications and launch apps from a pop-up menu on the phone's edges.

Its predecessor, Galaxy Note 5, was pegged at $850. The August 2 launch will start in in NY at 11am EST with simultaneous events in London (4PM) and Rio de Janeiro (noon). Here is the roundup video of Galaxy Note 7 with its leaked specifications, release date, prices, and other accessories.

If that specific type of smartphone display seems unfamiliar, that's because it's new.

Other rumours suggest that Galaxy Note 7 will sport an iris scanner to add extra security and an S Pen stylus to feature Air Command. Explaining the "new naming" Samsung said, "There are a couple reasons why".

According to the rumors, Samsung's latest smartphone will be water-resistant, gain a bigger battery - possibly up to 4,000mAh - and a base model that will ship with 64GB of internal storage, which would be a nice bump up from the Galaxy Note 5 (take notes, Apple).

The Galaxy Note 7 is expected to have a large, hi-resolution display with a 12MP camera plus dual-pixel sensor technology.

Samsung's earnings during the remainder of this year hinge on how well the Galaxy Note 7 does following strong sales of the Galaxy S7, which hit stores in the first half. A new report now cements further, the fact the Note 7 will indeed have a curved screen and an iris scanner.