Apple's iPhone 7 should be coming soon, just like Samsung's Galaxy Note 7. The next flagships of these two tech giants are about to come face to face and have significantly upgraded from the current ones found on the market. Whether it be new color options for the handheld devices, or making their own unique innovations.
According to Mac World, the iPhone 7 is expected to launch this September. The standard will be 4.7 inches and the Plus variation will be 5.5 inches. It is expected to be thinner than all other iPhone generations, which is why rumors that Apple is ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack are very strong at this point. Apple is reportedly letting go of its 16 GB internal storage offering and is likely to make the 32 GB option its new minimum.
Other rumors, which are definitely possible at this point include an edge to edge screen, wireless charging and better water proofing. However, the publication goes on to completely deny the possibility of a 3D screen and spring-out gaming joystick in the home button.
On the other hand, Techno Buffalo shares that Samsung has indeed decided to skip over the Note 6 name. The upcoming release will definitely be called the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, in order to align it with the rest of the company's phone series. The Note 7 will be coming in 3 color options. Those are Black Onyx, Silver Titanium and Blue Coral.
The publication goes on to share the the Note 7 will come with an iris scanner and IP68 water protection. Its rear camera will be 12 megapixels and the front camera will be 5 megapixels. The screen is expected to be 5.7 inches with QHD SAMOLED display. As for storage, the device will come wiht 64GB of internal storage, which can be extended through a microSD.