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Samsung is reportedly testing prototypes of its upcoming Galaxy Note 6 phablet that will probably be released in August or earlier and it seems that there will be two versions of this phone: one with a flat screen and another one that will serve as a successor for the Galaxy S6 Edge+.

If rumors are true, then the Galaxy Note 6 will be available in a variant with a flat screen and a doubly curved screen, just like the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge model, which means that except for their screens, their specs will be identical.



For now, it is believed that the Galaxy Note 6 will come with a 5.8-inch QHD Super AMOLED screen, no matter if it will have a curved variant or not, it will have a 12MP dual pixel camera likewise the Galaxy S7, a 4000mAh battery and a more powerful Exynos 8 Octa processor with higher clock speeds, but in some regions, the phablet will be shipped with the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 processor, that will support up to 6GB of RAM. So, this device will be a beast and Samsung won’t repeat the mistake it did with the Galaxy S6 and Note 5, which were powered by the same processor, only that the latter supported 4GB of RAM, with 1GB more than the mid-range flagship.

The Note 6 will have an internal memory of 32GB which will support expansion up to 200GB with a microSD card, the S Pen stylus will be upgraded and on the front side will be placed an iris scanner which will allow users to unlock their devices by scanning their eyes. However, we believe that Samsung won’t change the design of the Note 6, so it will feature a glass back and a metal frame, just like its predecessor. But, most likely, Google will launch its Android N operating system, so the Note 6 will come preinstalled with it.

These specs haven’t been confirmed by Samsung and we suggest you to take these rumors with a bit of salt.

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