While a series of Samsung flagship devices, Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, are lined up for release in a few days, the company is already at work on the next iteration of the ‘Note’ series. Still a few more months left before the release of Samsung’s next-generation phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is making headlines with absurd features like 5.8-inch “Slim RGB” AMOLED display and 6GB of RAM.
More details about the device have surfaced in the media, suggesting innovative features never experienced before on any Samsung devices. A report on the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 screen attributed to a Weibo post claim the same info-thin, pressure-sensitive screen with 1,024 pressure points designed for its S Pen, reports IBTimes.
As noted by SamMobile, Samsung brings back RGB display technology for the upcoming phablet once again. Last time, the company opted for RGB matrix for the Galaxy S II, but had dropped the idea later because of durability issues. It seems like there’s no stopping the tech giant from achieving what it wants to. The screen of the device will appear thinner this time, but Samsung will tuck in a huge battery for the phone to function brilliantly. There will be a larger display with a slimmer bezel.
Apart from what has been mentioned, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will feature 64GB internal storage capacity and 12MP rear camera having Super optical image stabilization (OIS) technology that helps to compensate and correct vibrations or slight tremors that arise during shooting. Even a novice with weak shooting abilities can capture great shots with OIS feature.
Pocket Lint reports that Samsung’s previous Note iteration, the Galaxy Note 5, was launched on August 13, 2015 along with the Galaxy S6 Edge+. This time around, the Galaxy Note 6 is expected to launch in August this year. Unlike last year, the upcoming phablet will launch in Europe, sources claim. Click here to explore 5 key features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6.