Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Featurs Release Date Specification:- Samsung Galaxy Note 5 coming out in india & UK price release date best Samsung Galaxy Note 5 feature & specification rumours, including Galaxy Note 5 release date, Galaxy Note 5 price, Galaxy Note 5 specs and new features in Galaxy Note 5. Will the Galaxy Note 5 be 6in and have a 4K screen and a dual edge version?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was recently launched to near universal acclaim, but no sooner had Samsung’s latestphablet hit the market than we started hearing the first whispers about the next Galaxy Note. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will launch in the Autumn of 2015, with a 6in, 4K AMOLED display, octacore processor and ultra-high megapixel camera. In this article we trawl through the rumours on the web to bring you the best Galaxy Note 5 rumours. (See also: 13 best phablets of 2014 UK: What’s the best large-screen smartphone?)
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Featurs Release Date Specification When is the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 coming out?
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Featurs Release Date Specification:- Samsung is in the habit of launching a new Galaxy Notesmartphone just before IFA each year in Berlin. This gets its most important handset out just in time for the Christmas rush, with the nice additional benefit of trumping whatever Apple launches a week or so later. IFA kicks off on September 4 2015, so our money is on a September 3 2015 launch for the Galaxy Note 5.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Specs
It is a point of honour for Samsung that its flagship Galaxy Note has an unsurpassed spec when it launches. So expect fireworks.
Plenty of Samsung watching sites, including Gizbot and Valuewalk.com, are suggesting an octacore Snapdragon 810 chipset, paired with 4GB RAM. This is probably little mmore than guesswork, but it’s also a pretty good guess. GSMarena is reporting rumours that suggest the Galaxy Note 5 may be powered by an Exynos 7420 chipset, which would have four Cortex-A57 cores and four Cortex-A53.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Featurs Release Date Specification: Valuewalk is also reporting that the camera in the Galaxy Note 5 could be as powerful as 21-megapixels in resolution, although we have read 18Mp elsewhere. Again, Valuewalk suggests a 6Mp front-facing camera, and other sites are reporting 5Mp selfies. Regardless, the word on the street seems to be a huge sensor for the main camera, and a surprisingly powerful front-facing camera. Expect to be able to capture full HD video.
There are lots of rumours about storage options, suggesting a range of SKUs from 16GB up to 128GB. Personally I’d take this with a pinch of salt. I’d expect one mode, with 32GB onboard storage, and an SD card slot allowing the addition of at least another 128GB. But that is just my guess. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Featurs Release Date Specification
I’ve read rumours suggesting a 4000 mAh battery battery cell, and ultra-battery saver mode. Expect nothing less. And will it be Android L or Android M? It all depends on Google’s release schedule. The Note 5 will definitely get an upgrade to M, however.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5: 6in, 4K AMOLED screen and dual edge model
The word on the street, which originated with GSMArena, is that Samsung will include in the Galaxy Note 5 its first 4K AMOLED display. Strictly speaking a 5.9in AMOLED with a – frankly ridiculous – pixel density of 743ppi. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Featurs Release Date Specification This would equate to a native resolution of 2160×3840 pixels, and would likely make your eyes bleed with all that detail on a colourful AMOLED screen. Would certainly capture the imagination, however.
Samsung’s own slide shows that UHD displays are scheduled for 2015 in its mobile roadmap so it looks pretty likely. PhoneArena also says that there will be a 5.78in version which has a dual edge similar to the freshly launched Galaxy S6 Edge and, of course, the Galaxy Note Edge.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 UK price: How much will the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 cost?
The original Galaxy Note cost £599 inc VAT when it launched. The Galaxy Note 2 cost £550 inc VAT when it launched. Both the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 4 cost £599 inc VAT when they were released. So, guess what: expect the Galaxy Note 5 to cost somewhere between £550 inc VAT and £599 inc VAT when it launches.