Galaxy Note 7 could feature a 3,600mAh battery instead of a 4,000mAh one

From what we figured, Galaxy Note 7 was expected to be the best Galaxy Note from Samsung, until we came across a leak regarding its battery life. Looks like Samsung does not want a Galaxy S7 edge and a Galaxy Note 7 to have any difference in the battery capacity category because according to the latest report, the 5.7-inch phablet is going to feature a 3,600mAh battery. In short, the smartphone will have an even smaller battery than a Galaxy S7 active, which happens to be one of the toughest smartphones to purchase right now and it comes with a massive 4,000mAh battery.

If it’s any consolation, then the Galaxy Note 7’s battery will be slightly bigger than its predecessor’s, which came with an abysmal 3,000mAh cell. Let us hope that the hardware present inside the smartphone is smart enough to know when to consume power and when to conserve it otherwise users will be highly disappointed with what they are expected to invest their life savings at.

Majority of the changes in the handset are going to take place from the inside, and there are chances that the phone might come with a dual-camera setup as well. With rumors suggesting that iPhone 7 Plus will not sport a dual-camera, it is possibly the only logical assumption we could come up with seeing as how Samsung and Apple have been smartphone rivals for a considerably long period.

The 5.7-inch smartphone is expected to be powered by either a Snapdragon 823 or an Exynos 8893, with 6GB of RAM providing the much needed benefits of extreme multitasking. There is also an iris scanner that is also expected to be a part of the list of security features that will complement the fingerprint scanner integrated into the home button.

Galaxy Note 7 is going to be announced on August 2 and we’re hoping that the announcement goes according to Samsung’s grand plan.