Urban Armor Gear Unveils Galaxy Note 5 Case

Posted: Aug 6 2015, 8:36am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 6 2015, 8:45am CDT, in Report | Technology News


Urban Armor Gear unveils Galaxy Note 5 Case

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has not been unveiled yet, but case maker Urban Armor Gear already unveils rugged case for the new Samsung phablet.

Samsung will announced the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy Edge+ on August 13 in an Galaxy Unpack event. A press image of both new smartphones has already leaked. Urban Armor Gear takes this apparently as a pointer to unveil a rugged Galaxy Note 5 case ahead of the official reveal of the new Galaxy Note 5.

Urban Armor Gear (UAG) is known for making rugged cases for Samsung, Apple and Microsoft mobile devices. Their newest composite phone case for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Designed to fit the unique shape of the Samsung Note 5, UAG’s composite case is 18% lighter and 9% thinner than their previous Note 4 case, while providing rugged Military specification protection (MIL STD 810G 516.6).

UAG’s Samsung Note 5 cases feature feather-light composite construction, a hard armor shell and an impact resistant soft core. A low-profile lip guards the Note 5’s HD display from both daily abuse and hard drops.

Included in the release of the Note 5 case, UAG introduces their newest color options: Magma (translucent red), as well as Ice (clear), Ash (translucent gray), Black, White and Orange.

The new Galaxy Note 5 cases are priced at $39.95.

What we know so far about the Galaxy Note 5 is that new phablet is powered by an Exynos 7420 SoC (4x2.1GHz+4x1.5GHz) 8-core CPU. It will have a 5.66" displayer with 2560x1440px resolution. 4GB RAM and 32GB storage will be the standard. A 16MP camera will do duty on the rear and a 5MP camera on the front. Again Samsung leaves out the SD card slot. 

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