Samsung Galaxy Note 5 To Sport A 6-Inch 4K UHD AMOLED Display? Pricing Around $900? Next-Gen Phablet Possible Debut Before IFA 2015 In September?


Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date and specs grapevines are now starting to spread in the tech world.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was just released in the market but as early as now, gadget experts are beginning to surmise possible specifications and features of the next-gen phablet from the South Korean tech titan.

According to the latest reports, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 might be the very first phablet to have a 4k display.

The detailed report on PC Advisor about the Note 5 reveals that it may boast of a 6.-inch Ultra High-Definition 4K AMOLED Display.

The report on Phandroid particularly noted that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 specs may include a screen resolution of 2160 x 3840p.

The pixel density might be as high as 743ppi.

Valuewalk.com reports that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will most likely get a powerful Snapdragon 810 octacore processor from Qualcomm alongside a 4 GB RAM.

Meanwhile, GSMArena speculated that the upcoming phablet may feature an Exynos 7420 chipset.

As for the camera, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is rumored to have a 21-MP lens for its primary cam located at the rear side of the smartphone.

On the other hand, the front-facing cam are expected to get a 5 or 6MP lens.

As for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date, it is possible for the tech company to launch the smartphone just before the IFA 2015, based on Samsung’s previous launch history.

If Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date rumors pans out, the new phablet will debut on September 3, a day before the IFA event in Berlin.

PC Advisor estimates that the pricing of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 may range from £550 to £599, which when roughly converted to US dollars is $870 to $945.     

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