While there have been numerous leaks in recent weeks and months, Samsung has released a video ahead of the launch of the Galaxy Note 7 to tease some details.
The video was released on Samsung Mobile's Korean YouTube channel and it drops some pretty big hints. The trailer opens with the image of a fingerprint touching the camera, so naturally we're expecting to see a fingerprint scanner, but its placement could be a surprise.
Samsung also uses the video to tease possible improvements to the front-facing camera in low-light conditions, upgrades to the S Pen, and waterproofing.
The name is still a source of conflict though. While recent rumours have suggested that Samsung will skip the usage of Galaxy Note 6, the trailer has one shot featuring the numbers one through five, followed by a question mark. Six is the obvious successor, but it's heavily rumoured that Samsung wants the Galaxy Note to fall in line with the S line, which is currently on S7.
Samsung will share what it's been working on very soon at an event scheduled for August 2.