Galaxy Note 6 Shaping Up To Become Interesting Phone Series

Galaxy Note 6 Shaping Up To Become Interesting Phone Series
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Samsung’s Galaxy Note series had a strong market reception and, eventually, a following, which dipped down after the Note 5 delivered disappointing results. Now, Samsung is at it again, betting on the Galaxy Note 6 to take the series of large phones to the top once more.


Several reports have come up with what people should expect from the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 line. Previously, expected features include 5.8-inch QHD display, Snapdragon 823 processor with 6GB of RAM, 12-megapixel Super OIS Plus camera, 4000mAh battery and the well-known S Spen. Furthermore, a number of tips claimed that Samsung may be planning on including an edge style curved model.

Nonetheless, Pocket-lint noted that what stands out from the reports is that Galaxy Note 6 may offer a very interesting look. Considering how the Galaxy S7 edge now looks, it could be difficult to imagine what Samsung has up its sleeves for the Note 6.

Another report from Slash Gear says that the Korean tech giant is planning to offer another version: the Note 6 Lite. Since the device does not appear to be a “mini” version, the publication opted to call it “lite.” The said device will feature a Snapdragon 820, 4GB RAM, 5.8 inches display but with 1080p resolution only. As what the report says, the combination seems odd but people will have to wait until the release to see if specs work well together.

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The Galaxy Note line has a loyal following, so some of the changes may not have a bearing on its appeal to the market. Nonetheless, people will have to wait for the final products to make a verdict. As with other tips and leaks previously, all information should be taken with a grain of salt. Samsung has yet to make an official announcement about the Galaxy Note 6 line.

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