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Forget the teaser clip, here are the full Galaxy Note 7 specs

Earlier on Thursday Samsung teased us with a preview video for the Galaxy Note 7 handset set to launch this week. Well, a report this evening has skipped the foreplay and revealed the full spec list for the large-screened device.

9to5Google claims to have obtained an exclusive rundown of those titillating vital stats.

According to the report, it’ll be the first high-profile phone to debut the new Gorilla Glass 5 display tech that’ll stand a better chance of surviving waist-to-shoulder height drops. That’ll shield a 5.7-inch QHD AMOLED display and an iris scanning camera right above.

Related: 8 Major clues in Samsung’s Note 7 teaser

Elsewhere, it’ll boast the USB Type-C charging tech, supporting 12/5-megapixel cameras and a 3500mAh battery.

According to the report, it’ll run Android 6.0.1, rather than the forthcoming Android 7.0 Nougat software which is yet to be officially released by Google.

Samsung also plans to launch a new iCloud-like backup service called Samsung Cloud, the source says, which will include 5GB of free storage.

This information ties in with most of what we’ve already heard about the phone, which will be Samsung’s best foot forward for the rest of 2016, leading up to the Galaxy S8 launch at MWC 2017.

Will you be snapping up the Galaxy Note 7 when it arrives? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

Oh, and here’s that teaser…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTWyapuLNdI

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