The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 may feature 256GB of storage and a 4200mAh battery. According to a post on Weibo, the upcoming smartphone may also feature a 5.8-inch QHD display, and be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 SoC, which is tipped to be an upgraded variant of the Snapdragon 820. It is also suggested that Samsung may have an Exynos-powered version of the phone. The device is tipped to have 6GB of RAM and IP68 certification for dust and waterproofing. In addition, the report mentions that the phone might have an ‘Edge’ variant with a curved screen that will be sold alongside the standard variant with a flat screen.
Back in February 2016, Samsung announced that it had started mass production of 256GB UFS 2.0-embedded flash storage for mobiles and tablets. So, it is possible that the fast, new storage technology might be used in the new Galaxy Note 6. Reports of the new device sporting a curved 5.8-inch QHD display, Snapdragon 823 SoC and 6GB RAM have already surfaced earlier. There are also reports that the phone might even feature a staggering 8GB of RAM. Either way, Samsung is expected to launch the phone in July this year, with Android N installed.
|Release Date:||15 May 2017|