First wave of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 details arrives
Samsung makes phablets every year, but one phablet stands out of the rest and it’s the Samsung Galaxy Note. Last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 4 witnessed a lot of positive reviews on tech blogs and in turn garnered massive figures in sales.
Well, the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge have come and are still here, but no matter how good they are, they will get new replacements because that’s how it goes.
Talking about a successor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, according to latest information coming from South Korean media, will come out in only one variant — no edge model this time. The handset is currently being tested, as we speak, with a QHD and 4K screen and only one of the designs will make it to the final product.
Powering the Note 5 will be the upcoming Samsung Exynos 7422 processor chipset and as the chipset is not ready yet, some units are being tested with an Exynos 7430 SoC.
Like earlier mentioned, the Note Edge will not get a successor, at least on the Note lineup, however, a mission called Project Zen will design a smaller replacement for the curved smartphone under a new name (something like Samsung Galaxy Edge). The edges will be present on the two sides of the 5.4″ or 5.5″ screen which will be used on the phone — just like the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge.
The Project Zen product will reportedly pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset, 16MP camera and 8MP front-facing snapper. The main camera will feature OIS and the internal storage will only be 16GB which signals the presence of a microSD card slot.
And that’s it folks, that’s all we’ve got on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Project Zen (Samsung Galaxy Edge?). Everything is still at initial stages though, so you need to digest everything with a pinch of salt till we can confirm the final products.
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