With the hit of the Samsung Galaxy Note series, two new versions have come out within the space of a year with the Note 5 and the Note Edge. This has given rise to a lot of rumors about what the Note 6 will be like. It may be even too early to even start talking about the Samsung Galaxy Note 6, but here is what is currently known about its rumors, features, and possible release date.
Much of the sources about the Note 6 are questionable, but they are a product of a lot of decent speculation. For example, a site that is called thegalaxynote6.com states that the amount of RAM in devices is just getting larger, so it is possible that the Galaxy Note 6 could have somewhere between 6 to 8 GB worth of RAM. The internal storage could be 16, 32, 64, 128, or 256 GB. There are also thoughts that the Note 6 will have the Samsung Exynos chipset and could be the first device to a 16-core processor.
The camera is predicted to have a 30 Megapixel primary on the rear, and a 16 Megapixel secondary on the front. The Latinos Post says that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 could have a dual camera, which will allow users to shoot 3D photos and live images. It will also allow recording of 360-degree videos in 4K resolution. It is thought that this technology could debut on the Samsung Galaxy S7, which will probably be unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016 in Barcelona this coming March.
As far as the display goes, not only will it have 4K resolution, but it could be foldable, and there isn't much detail about what a foldable display could do, but it sounds great. It is possible that the display size could be as large as 6 to 6.2 inches.
Another huge feature could be a 5-minute charging time. Devices with a USB-C port can charge much faster compared to those that have the micro USB, so perhaps the technology to charge faster will be even more advanced.
According to samsungalaxynote6i.com, the Galaxy Note 6 could come with a phablet dock and small attached keyword, allowing the user to switch between Android and Windows 10 operating systems. This seems pretty hard to believe, but considering the Note's dedication to the stylus pen, it is possible that new hardware changes could be happening.
Of course, many of the sources above are pretty questionable, but the fact that these websites have been set up to showcase rumored features on the Galaxy Note 6 is to be admired. The only thing that we can be pretty certain about is the release date of the Note 6. Considering that the Note 5 was released in September of 2015, this probably means that we won't be seeing the Galaxy Note 6 until Fall or Q3 of 2016.