Renders and a video based on the schematics of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6 have been created to provide an early look at the phablet. The device has a striking resemblance to the Galaxy S7 Edge but includes a USB-C port and S Pen.

Fans of Samsung's Galaxy Note series will soon have a new flagship handset, possibly two, to look forward to. The jury is still out on whether Samsung is going to name its next-gen Galaxy Note the Galaxy Note 6 or Galaxy Note 7. The company is reportedly considering making the follow-up to last year's Note 5 with a Note 7 to not confuse customers and keep a similar naming number scheme with its current Galaxy S7.

We already know that Samsung is far into development of the Galaxy Note 6/Note 7's firmware, and the smartphone is expected to officially launch in early August, like last year's Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+.

In case you've been curious as to what Samsung is planning in regards to the design of the Galaxy Note 6/Galaxy Note 7, renders and a video have been created off of leaked schematics of the device. Using the smartphone's reported dimensions, we get a close-up look at what is likely the phablet the company launches in August.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 6's dimensions reportedly come in at 6.04 x 2.90 x 0.31 inches (153.5 mm x 73.9 mm x 7.9 mm), and its design is very similar to that of the Galaxy S7 Edge, complete with what appears to be a larger 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch dual-edge display.

On the bottom of the Galaxy Note 6/Note 7, the phablet's port for its S Pen stylus is visible, along with a 3.5 mm headphone port, speaker grill and a USB-C port, making it the first Samsung smartphone to use the new technology, which allows both faster transfer and charging speeds when compared with micro-USB. It will also retain its Home button/fingerprint scanner, and visible sensors near the front display are believed to be its rumored iris scanner.

Check out the video below, and please let us and our readers know what you think of the design of the Galaxy Note 6/Note 7 in the comments.

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