Samsung is still in doubts whether to equip its upcoming Galaxy Note 6 phablet with a curved screen or with a regular flat one. Recently, a report has surfaced, claiming that Samsung has been testing some prototypes of this device and some of them had a dual-edge screen. Until August, when this phone is expected to be released, Samsung will make up its mind about the specs of the Note 6 and will announce them in the near future.
The latest rumors indicate that there will be two versions of the Galaxy Note 6, one with a traditional flat screen and another with a curved screen, which are being tested by Samsung. Other rumors suggest that Samsung will choose one of these versions for final production, once the specifications will be finalized.
GSM Helpdesk has reported that Samsung will equip its upcoming phablet with a Snapdragon 823 chip, but the Note 6 could have a variant with a more powerful Exynos that will be available in some regions. Either way, the phablet will support 6GB of RAM and will have a much larger battery of 4000mAh, which most likely will be non-removable.
As for the screen, it will have a diagonal of 5.8-inch, it will support a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, and if the display will be curved on both sides, on those portions will be located shortcuts to favorite applications, just like on the Galaxy S7 Edge. The internal memory will have a capacity of 32GB, but it is said that there will be other variants as well, which will support expansion with a microSD card. The camera will have the same resolution of 12MP, but most likely, Samsung will improve its software and will provide more impressive photos.
If Google will release its Android N operating system this summer, then it will come preinstalled on the Note 6. When we’ll find more information about this phablet, we will let you know.
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