It’s no secret that Samsung’s Galaxy Note range has proved hugely popular since its inception, consistently selling large numbers of handsets for the company. Either way that’s an impressive feat but since many initially thought that an oversized smartphone wouldn’t do well, it’s all the most remarkable.
The most recent release was the well-received Galaxy Note 4 and now it’s about time for a few rumours concerning the Galaxy Note 5. Yes, the rumour mill has started up again.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 is thought to be retaining the screen size of its predecessors but the likeliest change is that Samsung will be introducing a 2K screen to the line. Or perhaps a 4K screen, that hasn’t been confirmed yet.
Other changes expected are the processor, which will be one of Samsung’s own Exynos affairs and/or Qualcomm’s Snapdragons. The Snapdragon 808 is a likely candidate and there are a couple of camera oddities rumoured as well. A 16MP front/8MP rear setup seems to be the most possible at the moment.
We’ll keep you posted as more concrete details emerge.
Source: Digital Trends