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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Confirmed to Come With 4GB RAM

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Previously, we have been reporting some exclusive information on the Galaxy Note 5. The Galaxy Note 5 is the upcoming heir of the Galaxy Note series, successor to the Galaxy Note 4. Recently, we have been reported about the memory and other specifications.

According to the report, the Galaxy Note 5 will be featuring 4GB of LP-DDR4 RAM, along with Exynos 7422 SoC. The Exynos 7422 SoC will be debuting along with the Note 5, as it is the first single chip module, packing the 64-Bit Octa Core CPU, GPU, RAM, and Shannon 333 LTE modem in a compact SoC package.

As far as design is concerned, Samsung is very likely to follow the same one as the Galaxy S6 with the glass back and metallic edges, as it was greatly appreciated by a lot of people. The Galaxy Note 5 will be featuring a 5.67-inch Super AMOLED display with eye-bursting QHD resolution, along with an S pen. The Galaxy Note 5 will also pack exceptional wireless charging capabilities.

The wireless charging of the Galaxy Note 5 is reported to be compliant with WPC and PMA standards, which are the international wireless charging standards. The Note 5 is expected to be offered in four colors – silver, gold, white, and black.

The Galaxy Note 5 was initially planned to be released in IFA 2015 in September. Recently, rumors have surfaced that the Galaxy Note 5 will be released in mid-August possibly, as Samsung is looking forward to fray the competition against the upcoming iPhones.

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