Samsung Galaxy Note 5 handled in new set of pictures
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is getting unveiled on August 13. As the big D day inches closer, it appears the upcoming Samsung flagship can’t afford to stay under the wraps for any longer as we just laid our hands on a new set of leaked hands-on photographs.
The pictures have confirmed all the controversy on the type of USB port found on the Note 5. A school of thought once believed Samsung will stash a Type-C connector into the device but according to the pictures, it looks like the regular microUSB type-B slot has carried a win here.
Still looking under the phone, you’ll find a single speaker and a headphone jack as well as a microphone opening and finally, the entrance of the phone’s stylus pen. To be sincere, the Note 5’s setup and appearance looks like a scaled-up Galaxy S6 bar for the presence of a stylus pen.
The phablet comes with a non-removable 3,000mAh battery according to the source of the newly outed renders. This means the handset is packing a smaller battery than its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 4; however, smaller capacity doesn’t directly translate to smaller battery life these days as we’ve seen in the Galaxy S6.
Additionally, our source confirmed that the Note 5 will sport 4GB of RAM and 32GB, 64GB and 128GB storage options, with no space for a memory card slot.