Samsung is known for releasing high quality and powerful devices, so it is not surprising that gadget lovers are asking about the latest developments in Galaxy Note 6. Now, here's the latest round up rumors about Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specs, features and launch date.
Tech Radar published that Samsung decided to present the Galaxy Note 6 to Europe after a backlash from angry Note users last year. Note 6, together with Galaxy S7 Edge+, is tipped to arrive in August. Experts said if this rumor is true, then the launching could take place at the IFA trade show in Germany later this year.
Samsung has not yet announced the price of Galaxy Note 6, but it might be priced like its previous versions. Rumors said the price range of the device could start at around £650 SIM-free.
As for the specs of the next-generation Galaxy Note, the details are still scarce, but we managed to find some information from trusted sources.
Lawyer Herald predicted that Samsung Galaxy Note 6 might come with an improved S Pen stylus to increase its user's productivity. In addition, the South Korean tech giant will reportedly install a pressure-sensitive display technology in the device. The technology is similar to the 3D Touch in Apple's iPhone 6S.
Samsung teamed up Synaptics to incorporate the latter's ClearForce pressure-sensitive display technology to their upcoming gadgets, as per reports from TechnoBuffalo.
Furthermore, the next iteration of Galaxy Note is expected to have higher battery capacity. The current Note 5 has only 3,000 mAh of power, but Note 6 might be powered with a 4,000 mAh for longer battery life.
Additionally, gadgets lovers are asking about the microSD slot for the Note 6. The Note 5 does have this feature that caused disappointments for some users. In order to attract more buyers, Samsung might install a a microSD slot for the upcoming smartphone.
As for the display features of the Note 6, Tech Times claimed it will sport an ultra-clear 4K screen resolution with at least 800ppi and AMOLED display. Also, the smartphone will be available with a fast-charging technology.
As of now, Samsung has not yet confirmed or denied any of this information, so let's take it with a grain of salt. We'll update this article once the company made official announcements about Galaxy Note 6.
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