Amid the skyrocketing hype over the upcoming launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and possibly two other variants as previously reported, an 11-minute video clip of the handset’s prototype landed on YouTube.

On Thursday, YouTube channel TechTastic uploaded the clip that features a prototype of the device and showcases its specs and features. 

The video is in Chinese, but it still managed to leak interesting details about the Galaxy Note 5 successor, the Galaxy Note 7.

The most striking detail exposed through the clip at around the 7:45-mark is the info about the display of the device. 

Apparently, while previous reports indicated that the Note 7 will be sporting a 5.8-inch screen, the prototype only has a 5.66-inch display with 1440 x 2560 screen resolution and 517 ppi.

This could be disappointing to many loyal Note users who want to upgrade their Note 5 with a new iteration that comes with a larger screen.

However, GSM Arena pointed out that the hardware the prototype has is not final; hence, it is still possible that the Note 7 would be rocking a 5.8-inch display.

Other specs and features leaked by the video include the presence of a 64-bit Exynos 8890 chip inside and 4GB of RAM.

The prototype also comes with 5-megapixel front-facing camera and a 12.2-megapixel back camera, alongside the handset's iris scanner. 

Though there are rumors that the handset could run on Android 7.0 Nougat, the prototype in the clip only has Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

The prototype coincides with the previously leaked images of a flat version of the Galaxy Note 7, but TechRadar believes there will only be a slightly curved Note 7 on the Aug. 2 event of Samsung. 

The tech news and review site stated that it has learned through a “trusted source” that the Note 7 will have curved edges like the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Edge, but the latter’s curved edges will be more pronounced.

In related news, Samsung has already released its first official ad for the smartphone, and CNET reported that the clip contains clues on what to really expect from Samsung’s upcoming phablet. 

According to CNET’s analysis, the ad shows the things that the Note 7 is about to change, like having to use complicated passwords, using external lighting to capture high-quality selfies, or even following the correct order of the numbers, especially from five to seven. 

Check out Samsung’s teaser video below and tell us what you think.