The next addition to the Samsung Galaxy Note range – the Note 6 – is rumoured to be just a couple of months away from official announcement so of course the rumour mill is working overtime.
With a new smartphone product expected to arrive at a Galaxy Unpacked launch event on August 2nd 2016 reports are fairly confident that it’ll be the new Note 6 (or Note 7 – as it may be known) and one of the main speculations surfacing about this year’s Samsung phablet is that it will only be available with mobile maker’s popular signature curved edge display on both sides – no standard screen version will be available this time.
The news comes from the Korea Herald and this is not the first time the rumour has been discussed by the press in Samsung’s home country.
Along with the suggestion the Note 6 (model number SM-N930F) will feature curved edges comes the idea that it’ll actually be named the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Why the jump in Samsung’s sequentially numbered naming system for the Note? That’s anybody’s guess at this point but it has been thought that the new model will be such a dramatic change over its predecessors that Samsung has decided to go straight ahead to the number 7 to emphasis the step up in specs and design.
Speaking of specs and features, the next Galaxy Note – whatever it’s number might be, is believed to come including the following: 5.77-inch curved edge QHD Super AMOLED display, potentially running Android N, Snapdragon 823 processor (Exynos in some regions), a staggering 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, 12-megapixel camera and packed with the trademark S-Pen for using on the generously sized screen.
And the good news is the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 / 7 is confirmed for the UK and Europe!