Samsung just announced the launch of the latest version of the Galaxy note 5, but we are already wondering when the Galaxy Note 6 will be launched, and how it will be like. According to rumors, there is a great possibility that the Note 6 will be launched at the IFA 2016 since this event is in the time frame when Samsung usually launches its Note family. The Sout Korean company usually launches its phablets in August or September so it is safe to assume that the Note 6 will respect the schedule and will be released sometime in August or September 2016. There are eight or nine months left until the big launch, but we hope to know everything there is to know about the device before it will be officially revealed.
According to sources, the Galaxy Note 6 is expected to be one of the is not the most powerful devices to be released in 2016. Rumor has it that the Note 6 will not only come with a refreshed design, it will also have a whole lot more going on under the hood than the current version of the Galaxy Note. Some say that we might see if sport an ultra-impressive 16 core processor clocked at 3.1GHz. If this rumor proves to be true, the Galaxy note 6 will definitely be hard to beat in terms of power. 8GB of RAM and an Exynos and a Snapdragon chipset were also predicted, alongside 32, 64 or 128GB of internal storage. Some expect a 27MP sensor for the back camera and an 8MP one for the front-facing snapper of the device. Some people even suggested 30MP and 16MP cameras, but that just might be a little too much for the next generation of the Galaxy Note family.
A 4000mAh battery is expected for the Galaxy Note 6, that will be able to ensure enough battery life to take users through the day. It doesn’t sound that impressive, but if we take into consideration the fact that the new device will most likely run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow which has additional power saving features, it might be enough to ensure a reasonable battery life after all. The Note 6 is expected to feature a number of sensors, including a barometer, thermometer, a compass and an SP02 oxygen sensor for blood pressure and a sensor for heart rate. Of course, all the new features and specs will be reflected by the price of the device. It is thought that the price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will start somewhere around $750 and will possibly go higher than $800.
There is no official information yet regarding the specs, features, or the price of the Galaxy Note 6, so we’ll have to wait a little longer and see what other information will surface ahead of the launch of the device. It is safe to assume that the Note 6 will be more powerful than the Note 5, we’ll just have to see just how far Samsung will take it and how much power will it exactly have.