According to Evan Blass a.k.a @evleaks, the Galaxy Note 6 (also known as the Note 7) will be announced “exactly two months” from now. As we’re already into the second day of June, we’re bound to believe that Samsung will unveil the new phablet some time by the first week of August, or the 2nd of August to be precise.
Blass has been pretty accurate with leaks before, so there’s no reason to doubt this particular revelation. But we suggest you take this with a grain of salt for now until more evidence emerges. As for the features to expect from Samsung’s latest Note flagship, it has been rumored that it will come with a dual-lens camera, which sounds like a bit of a stretch at the moment, but cannot be written off.
We broke the exclusive story about the Galaxy Note 6 featuring a BlackBerry Hub like feature known as Samsung Hub, so a lot will be different with this year’s Note flagship. In terms of display, the Galaxy Note 6/7 should be sporting a 5.7-inch 4K or Quad HD Super AMOLED display. There’s talk of a Galaxy Note 7 edge as well, though no concrete evidence has come up to support the rumors.