Samsung Galaxy Note 5 rumors have been brought to life with a new set of Galaxy Note 5 images that show us what the device might look like when it launches next month.
Samsung has yet to announce the Galaxy Note 5, but it’s clear that the device will launch alongside a brand new Galaxy S6 Edge+ next month. Earlier this week, Samsung sent out invitations for its Unpacked event to be held in New York on August 13, and the company will announce the Galaxy Note 4 successor there.
The Galaxy Note 5 is not official, but rumors and leaks have been able to spot many of its vital specs, including the most important Galaxy Note 5 specs, Galaxy Note 5 release date and Galaxy Note 5 design. Galaxy Note 5 design rumors have been rampant over the past few weeks, and they’ve managed to reveal a few key details, including dimensions and build materials.
we’ve seen in the last few days few Galaxy Note 5 images It appears before Samsung’s Unpacked event in August to bring these rumors to life.
Latest images don’t show Galaxy Note 5 in flesh but Galaxy Note 5 images by Ivo Maric showcase the latest design details in exquisite detail.
Maric’s new Galaxy Note 5 illustrations build on the Galaxy Note 5 rumors and showcase a device that looks a lot like a larger version of the Samsung Galaxy S6. The images depict a Galaxy Note 5 with metal edges and a glass back, similar to the design language Samsung launched on the Galaxy S6 in February.
Additionally, the Galaxy Note 5 images show the device’s large display, a home button that will likely feature a touch-based fingerprint sensor, and a slim form factor that’s said to be much thinner than the 8.5mm bezel of the Galaxy Note 4. Galaxy Note 5 design rumors point to a 7.1mm design, but this has not been confirmed like the rest of the device.
The bottom of the device also matches the Galaxy Note 5 design rumors. Samsung’s next flagship is expected to include a new S Pen stylus that looks and feels more like a real pen. Galaxy Note 5 S Pen images were leaked a few days ago and it looks like it may contain some major updates.
While these Galaxy Note 5 illustrations are from an enthusiast, we won’t have to wait too long to see the real thing. Thanks to a host of credible reports and rumors, the Galaxy Note 5 is now the elephant in the room.
The Next Big Thing is expected to arrive on August 13 with more than just a new design. The Galaxy Note 5 is said to have a 5.7-inch display, a brand new Exynos 7 octa-core processor with 4GB of RAM, a 4,000mAh battery, a 16MP rear camera, a 5MP front camera and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. . There’s still no word on how much storage it will have.
The Galaxy Note 5 and its new features are expected to be on the shelves shortly after the launch event. Rumors of a Galaxy Note 5 release date point to an arrival on August 21, or much earlier than Samsung’s regular Galaxy Note launch window, which typically falls between September and November.
Earlier this month, Galaxy Note 5 variants for AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint passed the FCC, a necessary step before launch. This permit means that all three of these variants have the green light in the United States. T-Mobile and US Cellular variants have not been confirmed by the FCC, but both carriers are expected to present the next Galaxy Note.
Attention is expected to be on the Galaxy Note 5 at the company’s Unpacked event, but Samsung is said to have a Galaxy S6 Edge+ and a new Apple watch rival in its arms. The Galaxy S6 Edge+ will reportedly share the same release date as the Galaxy Note 5.