Samsung Galaxy Note 6 rumours

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Samsung Galaxy Note 6 rumours

The Galaxy Note 6, Samsung’s next flagship arrival is predicted to be released somewhere in August this year and plenty of promises guesses has been made about the new phone. Samsung is enlargening the display to accommodate those who appreciate a fuller and expanded screen at a well fitted 5.8-inch. Even though the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge phones featured Diamond Pixels, the Korean company may introduce a slim matrix AMOLED screen that was employed on Galaxy S II that will hoist a QHD resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels.

What will be a battle for other competitors is Samsung’s rumored upcoming boost in it’s RAM capacity, proposing it will feature a whopping 6GB of RAM, being the first company to implement this. ValueWalk is convinced that the increased in RAM is not extreme as and actually may be necessary for Samsung to intergrate both its software and hardware into the phablet. Besides, it is no surprise if the new Galaxy Note 6 will adopt a 4K display now that it is quickly becoming a trend. And if a phone features a 4K display, the increase in RAM becomes even more essential.

Other sweet rumours include a 12-megapixel camera featured on the Galaxy Note 6 bundled with a Super IOS Plus along with a 5-axis OIS system and implore one of the massive 256GB UFS 2.0 memory chips. The business targeted smartphone will also most likely also have an upgrade in it’s battery capacity and may include a phablet dock that will convert the phone into a laptop.

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