The hottest gadget of the moment seems to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, judging from how many leaks seem to be pouring out. Another leak from China seems to substantiate rumours about the Note 7's specs and so we have a better idea of what the phone will be bringing to the table.
Processor-wise, expect two different chips for different markets. It's like US models will get the Snapdragon 821, a 2.3GHz quad-core while Samsung's Exynos 8893 that runs as a 2.6/2.7GHz octa-core could be making its way to developing markets.
The Galaxy Note 7 will also likely have a 5.7in Quad HD Super AMOLED display. Memory-wise, there'll be a generous 6GB and internal storage in 64/128/256GB possible iterations and still retaining a microSD card slot. The phone might also be IP68 certified, which means a measure of water and dust resistance.
What about the camera? To keep in line with the stellar camera quality of the Samsung Galaxy line, a 12MP dual-pixel phase detection rear camera could be expected along with a 5MP front cam. For battery, rumour is that it will be a sizeable 4000mAH battery that supports fast-charging.
As for OS, Marshmallow ccan be expected and Samsung might finally add a USB Type-C port, thus beginning the death knell for micro USB ports in future flagships.
The S-Pen stylus might also be updated and Samsung Pay also make an appearance. Read up on what else we know so far about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.