Samsung released Galaxy Note 5 a few months back. So we can’t be surprised if the buyers have already started predicting the release of the next in a series, Galaxy Note 6. But what are their expectations and what does all the rumor state about the specification of the device, will it satisfy the expectations of the buyers? Keep reading to know the leaked rumors.
First of all, the release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is predicted to be released at the same time of this year as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 got released last year, a month earlier than we expected. Hence, we cannot keep any firm hands on the release month, this year.
Specs and Features:
- 6 inch screen with 4K/UHD Display (unconfirmed)
- 2 kinds of chipset to be released with. Exynos 8890 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.
- 6GB of RAM
- Storage variants: 32 GB, 64GB, 128GB.
- Could be low as 12MP or high as 21MP
- Either 3600 mAh to 4000 mAh.
There could be two variants of Galaxy Note 6 versions because of two chip sets, for East Asia with Exynos 8890 and for Europe and North America, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.
Apart from the specs rumors, the following additional debut features are said to have powered in the Galaxy Note 6. Samsung may debut an iris scanner with the new release. This rumor is based on the news that Samsung imported a component called an “iris cam”to India for usual testing. Samsung Note 6 is said to have water resistivity too, which could withstand submersion up to 1.5 meters in water and for about 45 minutes.
Since Android N is on its way, it is also expected that many Galaxy mobiles in Samsung might ship the N update. Nonetheless, we are still uncertain whether Galaxy Note 6 will be shipped with Android N or not.
SamMobile has also reported that the Note 6 will have 7 different case options, such as:
- LED Flip wallet
- Leather cover
- Screen protector
- S View cover
- Backpack battery pack
- Lens Cover
- Clear View cover
Resources are also reporting that even though the Note 6 is expected to be released shortly, after Google unveils Android N. Samsung may not have enough time to enable the Note 6 to run on the newest version of Android.