Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is one of the most expected releases this year, while tech savvies and smart technology aficionados get ahead of themselves, in a constant trial to share assumptions, leaks and open debates on the future specs of the device.
The phablet will most probably be released in September and everyone is curious to see how the handset will look like. Experts state that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 could be a wider version of the South Korean company’s flagship.
Note 5 is expected to have a metal and glass body, highly similar to the Samsung Galaxy S6. Also, it will most probably arrive with a highly performant 4,100 mAh battery and a non-removable glass back along with some other unknown design elements taken from Samsung Galaxy S4.
The entertaining and highly advanced piece of technology will also have home and capacitive buttons, a light sensor and slim bezels.
Samsung is expected to launch the device before IFA, as it previously happened with all the other releases. The Samsung handset will be the most important launch before winter holidays. Recent leaks state that September 3 2015 will most likely be the lucky day for all aficionados.
Asian sources, which are nearer to the Samsung headquarters, suggest that the phablet could arrive as early as July. The prototype was completed in mid-June and Samsung already confirmed the final specs of its future release. They also presented the phablet to their clients, global telecom companies included. The enterprise clients can already pre-order the device before its official release.
In terms of specs, Samsung Galaxy S5 will be embodied with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset and 4GB of RAM or with Exynos 7422 chipset, with four Cortex-A57 cores and four Cortex A53.
The camera of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is expected to have 21 megapixels in resolution. A 6Mp front facing camera will complete the features. We will probably be able to capture full HD video as well.
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