Samsung is about to unveil its latest smartphone at its new headquarters in the United States, where the company plans to open an assembly plant and open an office in California.
Read full storyThe South Korean electronics giant is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 7 on November 9, but not before it has finished producing and shipping it to all of its customers, the company’s president said during a news conference on Tuesday.
Samsung will then have a chance to show off the device, which will feature a 5.5-inch display and an Exynos 7420 processor.
In the next few months, Samsung is expected in a bid to show the world what it has been working on for over two years.
The company has not released the specs of the new handset, but Samsung has hinted at its capabilities.
In a tweet earlier this month, Samsung said that the Galaxy S8 would have a bigger display, better camera and better specs than the Galaxy 9.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note line, which is based on the companys Note series, will be unveiled at the company headquarters in April.
But it is not clear when the Galaxy X and Galaxy S9, which are set to be unveiled later this year, will launch.
The new flagship smartphone will feature the companywide S Pen stylus and will come with a 64GB RAM, 32GB storage and a Snapdragon 835 processor, which would have the capacity to handle a Quad HD display.