First look at the rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 6/Note 7
What's up, Brian Tong here with your Googlelicious, for everything Google we can pack inside of a show, and we start off with the latest Samsung Galaxy rumors.
Now, OnLeeks and uSwitch have worked together to bring us the latest rendering of what's believed to be the next Galaxy Note.
Based on leaked [UNKNOWN] blueprints, the rendered image shows off interesting things.
First of all, the Note looks like it will be switching to a USB type c connection.
If this is true, that would also mean a new Gear VR headset because the current one supports micro USB.
Now the renders show a curved screen like the Galaxy S7, and the dimensions are slightly narrower but thicker in size compared to the current Note 5.
Now these renders have two extra sensors on the front as well.
And the rumors of Samsung bringing it's iris scanning technology to this phone could finally be realized.
The Note has been a phone where new features come out first and then they brought to the regular Galaxy line, but we'll have to wait and see.
Also, a Korean report claims that the Note won't be called the Note 6. Instead, it will make a jump to the Note 7 to catch up to the rest of its phone line and make it simpler for consumers to understand the product line.
The rumored launch date is August the 15th and we'll make sure to note you of any updates.
[NOISE] All right, Samsung just announced two new products in New York as well, including the gear fit two.
It's a successor to the fit, it still runs a vertical display, but this time with [UNKNOWN] OS.
There's four gigs of storage with three to four days of battery life.
It has an optical heart rate sensor, built in GPS, it's waterproof, and it will be available June 10th for $179.
But the standout goes to the Gear Icon X, Samsung's first wireless earbuds.
They carry four gigs of storage for music.
Controls rest on the surface of the earbuds, with a battery life of three-and-a-half hours, but only one-and-a-half if you're streaming music.
The iConnect earbuds will be available sometime in the third quarter of the year.
It also might not have the biggest market share, but Samsung's rugged GalaxyS7 Active will be available from AT&T here in the U.S. on June 10th as well.
It's basically an S7 with a super rugged body and stronger display that's water, shatter, and dust resistant with a beefier battery as well.
Evan Blass revealed that the Lenovo PHAB2 Pro will be that first Project Tango device.
Between a 6.4 inch screen and quad HD display.
The official announcement is coming out of Lenovo tech world on June 9th.
And Google continues to be at the forefront of artificial intelligence and it's constantly evolving.
The team at Google DeepMind will continue to see how much better it can be.
DeepMind traded the AlphaGo program which recently beat 33 year old professional Go champion [INAUDIBLE] four games to one.
Its next stop, to take on 18 year old champion [INAUDIBLE] who beat [INAUDIBLE] himself.
And after that, world Go domination.
But do not worry.
Google has assured us that a scary smart AI is still decades And decades away.
So, I feel much better.
That's gonna do it for this week.
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Thanks so much for watching.
We'll catch you next time for some more of that Googlicious.
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