Seven months ago, Samsung launched its S-series phablet, Galaxy Note 5. Rumors for its successor, Galaxy Note 6 are now on. The Galaxy Note 6is expected to be launched in July according to Korean website known as the Bell. The website states that the phablet is set to be released on mid-July and has being codenamed the ‘Grace’.
The handset has being tipped to run Android N operating system which is in beta testing and could be publicly announced in May at the Google I/O 2016 conference. The handset is expected to have a 5.8-inch display. The handset rumored to cost about 625 Euros will have a 6GB RAM, 256GB storage, and 4K display.
On top of the 6GB RAM, it will have a hyper-fast UFS 2.0 memory on a 256GB chip. The combination of this together with the latest Google’s Android N will make the handset to be very powerful. Other features include a storage expansion of up to 128GB, a S Pen and a 20MP Camera.
Previous handsets in the Galaxy series have featured superb cameras hence the Note 6 is expected to do better. The rear camera will be 20MP but no rumors yet which suggest on a front camera. It will run on a ustom-biult Exynos 8890 in the East Asia market which is the leading market for smartphones. In the western markets the Galaxy Note 6 will have Qualcomm’s new Snapdradon 820 SoC. Its battery is expected to be at 4000mAh thus a longer battery life.
This new handset will a niche pick due in the market due its prowess and speed