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Samsung Galaxy To Launch Note 6 With 6GB RAM!

New Delhi, Sat, 28 May 2016 NI Wire

Samsung is truly the master of the game when it comes to marketing strategy. Every time it has a new flagship onboard, the South Korean giant tries all possible ways to keep the details under wrap.

After unveiling some of its highly anticipated flagships like Samsung Galaxy C5, C7 & the Galaxy J5 (2016) and J7 (2016), the company is geared up for the next big thing in the world of smartphones with Galaxy Note 6.

While Samsun is trying hard to keep things related to Note 6 a hush-hush affair, internet is going viral with one if its features get leaked.

Touted to be the next-gen memory technology, Galaxy Note 6 is going to be the successor of Note 5. The device is going to release sometime in August.

On May 19, Samsung launched 10 nanometer 6GB LPDDR4 DRAM in China and memory technology is expected to be seen in the device to be launched soon. This novel technology is said to make the device more powerful than the ones in the current lot. So far this has turned to be the most head turning feature in the device.

Looking at the other specifications, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is supposed to be decked with the latest of technologies and software. Some of the details as surfaced include:

The device will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 which we believe will be 18% faster than the previous lightning Snapdragon 820 as was seen in Galaxy S7, HTC 10 as well as LG G5. In terms of power – Galaxy Note 6 is going to be more efficient owing to the shift to 10nm manufacturing process.

Coming to the storage part and the IP67 water resistance - Samsung has given Galaxy S7 IP68 water resistance and this is to follow for Note 6 too. The device will have 256GB UFS 2.0 of storage. As this would improve productivity which was earlier missing in Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge as they had 32GB limited storage. There are high chances of Galaxy Note 6 also incorporating the MicroSD expandable storage.

Furthermore, the device is also said to have Android Greeks – that would never let the Note 6 sit still and offer the same optics to Galaxy S7, similar to what Note 5 did to Galaxy S6 in 2015.
While Note 6 will not have Samsung’s extraordinary new sensor, it is said to enhance the previous class leading photography of Galaxy S7 which had a 12MP, F1.7 aperture, OIS. Note 6 will feature the infrared autofocus, which will help improve the photo experience.

However, critics state that as Galaxy S7 too had Focus Pixels and it’s already known as the fastest focusing camera smartphone, coming up with infrared autofocus might pave path for some trivial issues.

Note 6 is also said to feature on USB-C, quite like Apple MacBook. It will be a reversible port, less tricky to use as compared to the regular micro USB. Also, experts suggest that if Samsung brings in the USB 3.1 standard, then Note 6 will surely back USB Power Delivery 2.0, which apparently will allow for increased power and faster charging. Plus, the USB-C would be capable of carrying HDMI/DisplayPort video, which means you could plug your Note 6 straight into a TV.

Along with these speculations that highlight features of Note 6 – it’s heard that Note 6 would be more of a laptop-mobile hybrid - whoa, if this comes true, it would certainly be a big transition by Samsung.

Talking into count all the rumors that have surfaced so far, if Samsung Galaxy Note 6 certainly can live up to the hype so created - it won’t be wrong to say that it will make iPhone owners think over their choice!

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