While the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are busy having the praise and attention they deserve, the rumor mill is churning out tidbits about Samsung Galaxy Note 6 release date, features and specification. We have heard about a possible early launch with 6GB of RAM and Android N from the box, and already a list with all the model number on the Note 6 for several regions makes its way online.
With a high level stylus plus a big battery, the Galaxy Note series, generally speaking, is very popular globally among its niche audience. The Galaxy Note 5, as an example, has one from the largest displays one of many current-generation phablets. Therefore, the expectation around the successor Galaxy Note 6, and that is believed to become released sometime in July this coming year, is sky-high.
Fan speculation and rumors around Samsung Galaxy Note often seem exaggerated prior to the device’s launch. Given the hardware bumps Samsung gives its Note devices, these rumors often produce true. This time around, the rumors seem far-fetched. Recent reports suggest the Note 6 could possibly be unveiled with 8GB RAM, on account of the Snapdragon 823 chip that is certainly rumored being included in the device.
Not much will known regarding the Snapdragon 823 that is yet to produce. It was reported which the chipset is powered by Kyro 64-bit quad cores, a 720 MHz Adreno 530 GPU and Hexagon Digital Signal Processor. Adding the 4 to 6 GB RAM, a 25 MP camera along with a 5.8-inch QHD screen, completes a list of rumored specs of Note 6.
In case, Galaxy Note fans were getting excited about a radical design change, this rumor could disappoint. According to Phone Arena, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is going to be nearly just like the predecessor Note 5 pertaining to exterior design.
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Not many, however, believe. For one, Note 5 failed to see such big leaps in hardware specs over its predecessor. The rear camera remained the identical while last year’s Samsung phablet just had 1 GB more RAM than Note 4.
The Galaxy Note 6 specification and price are codenamed Grace, which we now have known along while using model numbers for a time. However, their list contains two interesting bits – a European variant is mentioned right for the very bottom (confirming rumors), plus it seems Samsung can be using a similar model number for the major US carrier variants. With the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, the corporation has already simplified things by keeping exactly the same model number for most on the unlocked variants, and yes it seems it may need things one step further while using Note 6 later this season.