Samsung Galaxy Note 6 To Feature 6GB RAM, 256GB Storage And 5.77-inch Screen

Posted: May 2 2016, 4:49am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 To Feature 6GB RAM, 256GB Storage and 5.77-inch Screen
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Chinese social media is lighting up today with rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note 6.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 could try to stomp out all flagship smartphones with super-sized specifications, if new rumors floating around on Chinese social media are true.

According to posts found on Weibo, the Galaxy Note 6 will have a 5.77-inch screen, 6GB RAM, up to 256GB storage, 4,200mAh battery and IP68 water proof rating. The Note 6 would be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 CPU. The Samsung Galaxy S6 would come in flat and edge design.

The origin of the Note 6 leaks is a post by Weibo user Reviewer_小康. At this point we cannot confirm if these Note 6 rumors are true. On the other hand several smaller smartphone makers are trying to leap Samsung with high-end configurations. It makes sense for Samsung to curb the rising competition out of China with a fully speced out Galaxy Note 6.

Galaxy Note 6 Leaks

Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Note 6 in the weeks before the iPhone 7. Likely release is August. Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 7 in September. Apple is rumored to add an iPhone 7 Pro to the line-up. The iPhone 7 Pro might

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