Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is designed under codename Project Noble, more details
Last year when we heard the Samsung Galaxy S6 was being designed under the codename Project Zero, the information passed along was that Samsung wants to start everything from scratch, for zero is where everything begins. The phone came out in February living up to its design moniker. Samsung did a great job making a smartphone that doesn’t have anything to do with older Samsung devices in terms of looks.
So here we are for the second time this year. Talks of the Galaxy Note 5 is in the air. Yesterday, we heard the launch date of the upcoming flagship was pushed up to July so as to avoid a disastrous clash with Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus release date in 2015 Q4 which could result in poor sales for the Samsung phablet.
According to Sammobile, the stylus-touting Galaxy Note 5 flagship will pack a Samsung-made Exynos 7422 octa-core processor. Being developed as “Project Noble”, Samsung is allegedly testing both 2K and 4K Super AMOLED 2D displays for the device.
Down the line, there is an edge-variant Note 5 also in the pipeline, though this one could be released differently outside the Note moniker and at a different time frame, earlier reports suggested.
Designed and tested under the handle tagged “Project Zero 2”, the second phablet will not have a stylus pen like last year’s Galaxy Note Edge but will feature a six-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 CPU, 32GB of internal memory, a 16MP OIS-enabled primary camera and a 5MP front-facing shooter.
When the second phone will launch is still mystery to us but we’ll be hoping to find out soon enough.
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