May 12, 2016 09:17 AM EDT
'Samsung Galaxy Note 6' Release: Specs, Price, 3 Important Additions
Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is said to be released on August 15, according to a tweet from mobile reporter Evan Blass.
Samsung Galaxy Note 6 US release scheduled for week of August 15th.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) May 11, 2016
Samsung has just released Galaxy S7 Edge earlier this year and for those waiting for the next generation of Galaxy Note series, the wait might be over soon, but not the curiosity.
Many rumors have mentioned about various features and software including Iris scanner that sounds like something from 'Mission Impossible' movie.
Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will have 'Focus' software, an application similar to Blackberry Hub that integrates email, calendar and contacts. It is said that Focus will provide options to viewers on how they respond to emails, Android Central has learned.
According to SamMobile, there is a strong hint that Galaxy Note 6 will feature iris scanner for extra security. It is reported that there's been iris cam item shipped to India for the company's research purpose. An image shows brief information about the shipment of 200 iris cams as 'parts of Samsung Mobile'.
This image shows a different stylus placement. In order to put bigger battery, Samsung is likely to place its stylus on the outer corner. If this is true, then it would be a major change.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge battery is more powerful than its previous generation. Thus, it is obvious that the new Galaxy Note 6 will also have battery boost, probably up to 4,000 mAh. With the capacity that big, it should come with fast charging feature. On the processor, it might also be quicker than S7's.
Last but not least, the design might be similar to the previous Note 5. Expect thinner design but same material on its chassis plus water resistance feature. As for extra storage space, Galaxy Note 6 might support micro-SD
Samsung Galaxy Note series are able to carve a high-end niche and fans are eager to find out the latest version of this phablet. How about you?
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