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Official Galaxy Note 6 images leaked, rumours confirmed?

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 6 (or Note 7?) is nearly here, and one of its key features has seemingly been confirmed.

The Galaxy Note 6 looks almost certain to feature a dual curved-edge display, seemingly confirming rumours that Samsung is abandoning flat screens for this year’s phablet. That’s according to new information posted to Twitter by prolific leaker and reputable journalist Evan Blass.

galleak(Image credit: Evan Blass)

The tweet also saw Blass claim that Samsung will offer its new phablet in three different colour options:

  • Black Onyx
  • Silver Titanium
  • Blue Coral

The renders also appear to reveal an iris-scanner, which has been another long-rumoured Galaxy Note 6 feature. Unfortunately, it’s impossible for us to confirm the legitimacy of Blass’ report, so take this latest leak with due caution.

https://twitter.com/statuses/749013599239024640

Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 7 at a dedicated launch event in New York on August 2.

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