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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 wallpapers leak as August 2 announcement nears [Gallery]

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The August 2nd announcement of Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Note 7 is right around the corner, and by this point we pretty much know exactly what the phone looks like. Part of the leaked renders we saw last month, we also have a good idea about the design of the wallpapers that Samsung will be shipping with the phone.

Now, (via Android Authority) we have a full dump of the default wallpapers that Samsung plans to include with the Galaxy Note 7 phablet, of course including the previously-seen striped design you can see above. Follow after the break to download the full wallpapers in their full resolution…

Last week we got a brand new image of the device in one of the clearest leaks to date along with a new video showing off the iris scanner in action, a new render, and another leak that suggests more always-on display features incoming. We also got our first look at the iris scanner a couple of weeks ago, and of course there were also the clearest official-looking renders showing the phone in three colors that leaked last month.

We still haven’t seen the full specifications leak (there’s still time!), but on July 12th, Samsung announced its latest Unpacked event for August 2nd, just as was previously leaked. The event — focused mainly on taking the wraps off the Note 7 — will be taking place in New York City at 11AM. We’ll keep you in the loop.

Download the full resolution wallpapers here.

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