Samsung Galaxy Note 5; A First Look At Rumored Specs

Posted: Jul 7 2015, 12:12pm CDT | by , Updated: Jul 7 2015, 12:19pm CDT, in Technology News


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Samsung Galaxy Note 5; a first look at rumored Specs

Leaked specifications of Samsung Galaxy S5

We expect lot of amazing and outstanding features from the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 and new spilled renders posted over at may give us our first insight of Samsung's most up to date leader phablet. This video shows the 3D modeled picture of the phablet.

The styling and the physical appearance is nearly similar to the Galaxy S6, or the S6 edge, yet a flipped adaptation of it. The screen is leveled and the back is bended towards the side edges. This outcome in a comparatively thin edge on the sides, however it’s certain to handle a ton in an unexpected way.

Getting the configuration from the Galaxy S6 conveys one other vital outcome - the battery is non-removable, with the capacity tipped at 4,100mAh. Proof originates from the card opening on the handset's left side, however it is difficult to say whether it'll be a combination of SIM/microSD space or storage extension won't be an element of the Note arrangement any longer too. As opposed to more seasoned bits of gossip the Note 5 won't accompany a Type-C USB port, yet the standard microUSB 2.0. The set pattern for the S-Pen leaves the feeling that it will, to be sure, be auto-ejectable.

The feature additionally points to the measurements of the cell phone putting it at 153.4 x 77.3 x 10.2mm, yet those 10.2mm incorporate the camera space.

Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 5 at this year’s IFA in Berlin in September

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