More rumors about Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date and specs circulate online.
After the release of Samsung Galaxy Note 4, grapevines about its successor’s launch began to emerge.
And the most recent reports suggest that the next-gen phablet might arrive at some point during the fall season of 2015.
More particularly, a report from PC Advisor about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date noted that the phablet might launch before the IFA 2015.
The event is slated to begin on September 4, so if the rumors pan out, tech fans might see a new Samsung phablet on the third day of September.
Older Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone models were released just before the IFA event in Berline.
Possible specs of the smartphone-tablet hybrid are also being talked about now in the tech world.
Accordingly, the Galaxy Note 5 may be boasting of 6-inch 4K display and highly upgraded features.
Moreover, Phandroid reports that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 may get a resolution of 2160 x 3840p with pixel density of 743ppi.
The phablet might get an octacore Snapdragon 810 processor, together with a 4GB RAM.
Meanwhile, citing GSM Arena, there’s also a possibility for the rumored phablet to get an Exynos processor, specifically a 7420 chipset with four Cortex-A57 and another four of the Cortex A53.
As for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5’s camera specs, it is speculated that it will arrive with a 21-MP lens for its rear camera while the front-facing one will be getting a 5 to 6 MP lens.
Make sure to check back on this site for updates about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date and specs.