Following the release of the current Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, the Korean tech giant is said to have shifted its focus to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6. Although Samsung has yet to provide official details about the new device, rumors about its specs have already circulated all over the internet.
According to a report by Phone Arena, a leaked image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6's CPU-Z has already hit online. The image shows the device with SM-N9360 model number. The device also looks massive compared to other smartphones in the market today. According to the publication, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 seems to be carrying a 5.77 inch QHD screen with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels.
Rumor has it that the device will run on a Samsung Exynos 8890 microchip, along with 6 GB RAM, which is pretty advanced compared to its competitors. The high memory technology is also good for consumers who like to multitask.
There are also speculations that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will boast a 32 GB on board storage capacity. It will also boast an improved power feature with 3,700 mAh battery compared to the current iteration.
In a report by Ecumenical News, the rumored device is said to house a 12 MP rear snapper with autofocus, LED flash, optical image stabilization and face detection. The handset will also have a 5 MP selfie camera.
There are also reports suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will look similar to the current Samsung Galaxy S7 but a little bulkier. The upcoming model will also have water and dust protection feature with IP68 stamp.
If rumors prove to be true, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be released in August; however, tech observers suggest that the company might go with an earlier release this year.
There is no official confirmation yet. What fans can do is to wait for further details from the company itself.