Galaxy Note 5 is already getting the hype even when its predecessor, the Note 4, is only a few months old.
We noticed that while Samsung was not that great with its flagship phone Galaxy S5 last year, it has dominated the phablet market with its Note series. Does that mean they will focus on some major changes on the Galaxy Note 5 just like what they did with the S6 to continue their streak this year? Will it continue to increase the size and improve the specs of the new phones they will release?
There are rumors that the Note 5 will have a 5.9inch screen with 4k display, sporting a 746 pixel per inch density. It will run on a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, the one discontinued with the Galaxy S6 flagship phones. Of course, the stock Android version is Android Lollipop, which is expected to increase the battery life (which we have no idea yet, by the way). About the memory, well they say it’s going to be 4GB of RAM and ROM of up to 128GB (just like S6 and S6 Edge). Of course, we can also expect improvements with its stylus with its doubled sensitivity!
Let’s expect the launching to be done by the 3rd quarter of 2015, unless Samsung change its mind.