Fans can expect Samung’s Galaxy Note 6 to hit the market on August 15, before the release of Apple’s iPhone 7. This move could indeed be the tech giant’s strategy to introduce its flagship before Apple and get a grip over the mobile market.
Although this news is not an official announcement by Samsung, it was confirmed by a credible source, Evan Blass. He is at present a mobile reporter at VentureBeat who previously worked with Engadget and online news agencies. Evan has a long-standing record of being right in early predictions of smartphone announcements. To add more weight to the report, last year, Samsung released Galaxy Note 5, six days before the date mentioned by Evan.
Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is built with 6GB of RAM. According to Sam Mobile, “Samsung is working on a brand new 1/1.7-inch CMOS camera sensor with an aperture as wide as ƒ/1.4, the new sensor could have a resolution of anywhere between 18-24 megapixels. The company is also working on a new compact 1/2.3-inch camera sensor.”
The phone might include a feature similar to BlackBerry Hub, “Samsung Focus.” This feature will supposedly handle multiple functions like tweets, incoming/outgoing emails, etc. According to knowyourmobile, the Note 6 will have an internal storage capacity of 256 GB. It could initially be its USP, but it comes with a premium price tag, too.
We still haven’t received any statement from Samsung regarding the reveal. But it’s evident the tech company will soon announce the launch date.
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