Sometimes small things matter more than we think. Samsung seems to be working on bringing some small changes to its upcoming device, the Galaxy Note 5, which will please its users by enhancing their experience of the device.
The South Korean electronics giant is tight-lipped on the release date and features of its Galaxy Note 5 but almost every detail has been leaked. Several reports have claimed that the device will be unveiled at the upcoming IFA 2015 event in Berlin to be held between 4 and 9 September before launching a few weeks later, perhaps in October. The reports make sense despite Samsung not confirming it as the company has the tradition of releasing its Note devices at this time of the year.
A report by Korean website ZOL (via NDTV Gadgets) has leaked more features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. It claimed that the upcoming device might sport a 5.89-inch screen and house UFS 2.0 Flash memory, and a USB 3.1 Type-C port.
Gadget lovers will welcome the inclusion of a USB 3.1 Type-C port in the Galaxy Note 5, as it will enable users to transfer files up to 10Gbps speeds and in both directions, and charge faster.
It is reported that Samsung is releasing two Note variants - Galaxy Note 5 codenamed Project Noble with flat display, and Galaxy Note 5 Edge codenamed Project Zero 2 with dual-edge curved screen.
According to earlier reports, the device will sport a 5.4-inch or 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, come packed with a 16GB internal storage and 4GB RAM, house a 16 MP main camera with OIS feature and an 8 MP front snapper, and powered by Exynos 7422 processor. It is also reported that the device might measure 7.9mm thick, compared to 8.5mm seen in Galaxy Note 4, and powered by a 4100mAh battery, compared to 3220mAh battery seen in the Galaxy Note 4.