The big day has finally arrived, but even a measly few hours can feel like an eternity for impatient Samsung fans incredulous of the overflowing Galaxy Note 7 leak extravaganza lately. Well, ladies and gents, if you’re bursting with excitement and need clear answers to your most nagging questions, it probably doesn’t get clearer than this.

“This” being seemingly official Note 7 packaging for the SK Telecom-designed variant of the dual-edged phablet, complete with the typical hardware information you expect to find imprinted on the box.

Nothing shocking there, as we’ve known for a while the 5.7-incher (technically, 5.66 or 143.9mm) would feature 4GB RAM, the same Dual Pixel 12 and 5MP cameras as the Galaxy S7 duo, IP68 certification for water and dust resistance, 64GB internal storage space, and, well, Knox capabilities no one cares very much about.

Galaxy Note 7 box specs

Unfortunately, a 6GB RAM configuration is less and less likely by the day, and the 64-bit octa-core processor in tow will probably be identical to the Exynos 8890 inside the GS7. No minor 8893 upgrade tipped anymore, and “international” models should pack Snapdragon 820, not 821, power after all. That’s at least what multiple trusted sources have been hinting at this past week, though you’ll need to circle back to our website in a few hours for final confirmation.

Source: TechTastic

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