Monday, August 10, 2015

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Somewhat Confirmed Specifications...

samsung galaxy note 5


The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is one of the most anticipated phones year after year. We could say this series gets most of the credit for the “phablet” movement, so it is definitely an important device to keep in mind. It’s also a handset that happens to be held upon the highest industry standards and Samsung rarely disappoints. Many of us actually prefer the Galaxy Note devices over the Galaxy S series, as they are released later in the year and tend to offer a better build and newer generation specs.

Just 3 days left for Samsung's newsmartphone to be shown to public and by now there’s not much we don’t already know about the Galaxy Note 5, and now these leaked retail packaging has all but confirmed few of its main specifications ahead of its official debut in 3 days.

samsung galaxy note 5

The front of the Note 5’s packaging, which was leaked online from Thailand, looks just like that of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. It’s plain and simple and almost all white, except for the silver branding that confirms this is a Note 5 box for a 32GB model.

The back of the packaging is much more interesting, however, with a full list of the Note 5’s internal specifications, including a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, a 64-bit octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera with optical image stabilization.

samsung galaxy note 5


Some new photos have surfaced from technology site MobileFun, claiming that the pictures (attached above) are showing the Galaxy Note 5. From what we can tell, these leaks don’t really offer up any new information. The device shown off in the photos are similar to just about every other Note 5 leak that’s surfaced over the past few weeks. With that said, it’s always nice to see an unannounced device out in the wild. We’re not entirely sure if these are legitimate, but it sure looks that way.

Wireless charging is also built into the Note 5 as standard, as is 32GB of internal storage. Rumored features that aren’t mentioned on the box include a revamped S Pen stylus, a stunning new form factor with curved glass back, and Samsung’s latest TouchWiz software. None of these specifications are at all surprising; they’re exactly what we’ve been hearing from the countless Note 5 rumors. However, seeing them on the back of the handset’s retail packaging makes them all the more official ahead of Samsung’s August 13 event in New York City.


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