Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Expected In Dual Versions, One With Doubly Curved Screen

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Expected In Dual Versions, One With Doubly Curved Screen
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The much awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is expected in a few months. While everyone is eagerly waiting for the next flagship model from the South-Korean company, a report recently emerged from a reliable source claiming that the company will create prototypes of the Note 6. There will be two Note 6 versions, with one of them sporting a doubly curved screen.


The dual versions of the Note 6 will serve as a follow-up to Note 5 and successor to the Galaxy S6 edge+, respectively. The latter will not get a sequel this year, instead the Note 6 will fill in the place. In a way it makes sense, why one of the Note 6 variants will come with a curved screen, just like the edge-branded handsets and the S7 edge, states GSM Arena.

Several rumored reports are floating around suggesting the specifications and features of the Note 6. According to speculations, the Note 6 would feature a 5.8-inch screen with slim RGB and QHD display. What’s intriguing is that the Note 5 successor will pack a massive 4000mAH battery.

Other than that, the device might have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 823 or Samsung’s home-built Exynos 8890 chipset under the hood. While the chipset is yet to be determined, both pair of handsets will be powered by a robust 6GB of RAM. Software details include Android N OS out-of-the-box.

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From the past leaks, Note 6 will also feature an iris scanner for accessing the phablet’s functions. One notable feature is, the device will be dust and water resistant with IP68 certification. If the report turns out true, the Note 6 could be submerged in up to 5 feet of water for a stretch of 30 minutes, without impacting the internal circuit. The ROM strength will probably be 256GB, which would be record-breaking feature, reports BGR. Unless the Note 6 releases, keep checking this space.

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