The much awaited phone, Samsung Galaxy Note 5

The much awaited phone, Samsung Galaxy Note 5

We happened to have noticed a trend with Samsung launching a new Galaxy Note phone before the IFA event held in Berlin every year and we hear they are launching the Note 5. Although the exact dates are not yet out, we expect the phone to be launched during the Autumn of 2015. We hear this phone will be having a 6inch screen with 4k Amoled display screen with a resolution of 2160x3840 pixel giving a visual treat of colours. We have been getting whispers about the phone containing an Octa Core Snapdragon 810 processor and a RAM of 4GB. There are a lot of rumours floating around in the internet that this phone will contain an Exynos 7420 chipset, containing four Cortex-A57 cores and four Cortex-A53 cores although nothing is confirmed by the company. 


While we have seen Valuewalk report that this phone would come with a 21mp rear camera and a 6mp front camera, we have read elsewhere that this phone will have 18mp rear and 5mp front camera. None the less, it looks like this phone will have a powerful camera.  Coming down to the storage part, rumours are that the phone will have a storage option of 16gb up to 128 gb although the exact figures are not out but we expect it to have a 32gb on phone memory storage providing an option for an external micro SD card but we are not sure as the company is yet to acknowledge these facts.

We also hear that this amazing phone will be powered with a powerful 4000mAH battery having an Ultra Battery saving mode.

 

 


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