Monday, August 3, 2015

Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 will pack 64bit Exynos chip , no MicroSD card slot

Samsung was once praised for keeping removable batteries and MicroSD card slots on flagship devices in a age where they were replaced with non removable batteries and cloud storage but since the start of the year , all that basically went out of the door .The new Galaxy S6 ,S6 active and the S6 edge were some of the first devices to break the tradition but according to new leaks the upcoming device is also said to break the tradition . The Samsung Galaxy Note series is Samsung's flagship phablet device aimed at power users who loved the S-Pen stylus and the ability to basically swap batteries on the go , but as things go this may no longer be a option but there is some good news as the device is said to come with a base 32GB option , a 16MP Sony IMX240 sensor and a 2K resolution 5.66" SAMOLED display along with a Exynos 7420 or 7422 chip+ 4GB RAM .

The Chipset on the Note , according to Evleaks is a Exynos 7420 , this chip is now a bit aged so we even expect to see the slightly powerful Exynos 5422 onboard as well , according to preliminary reports the chassis of the new phone will be almost identical to the Galaxy S6 with the main difference being a small port for the pop out S-Pen .The Note 5 will come in a "flat" screen design while its S-Pen less cousin - the Galaxy S6 Edge + will feature the curved display , Both the Note 5 and the Edge+ will possibly be unveiled on the 13th of August  .



Source - Slashgear
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