Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Rumored to be Release Quicker than Scheduled

There has been quite a lot of rumors saying that the new prestigious child of Samsung – the Galaxy Note 5 will be released against the schedule, in August instead of September.

Samsung usually premiered the new version of the Galaxy Note phablet series during the annual consumer electronic fair in Berlin: the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin – IFA or in English, the International Radio Exhibition. However, maybe this year that Samsung would go against this custom and release its child quicker than scheduled in order to avoid iPhone 6S and 6S Plus that would certainly pose a humongous threat for the sale of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Samsung has learnt to avoid the Apple the hard way when the great success of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus has affect greatly the revenue of the Galaxy Note 4 phablet.

samsung galaxy note 5, front and rear, pic, release dateIn the newest report, Samsung has already began negotiating with several Taiwan’s mobile centers and if this rumor is believed, the negotiation will soon begin world-wide about importing and selling of the Note 5.

In another note, a Chinese website has leaked the specifications of the Galaxy Note 5 last month. According to the information provided, the device is to be equipped with a 5.9-inches Super AMOLED screen with 2K HD resolution. Possessing a 4,100mAh battery and USB Type-C port, with the new port design, the user can plug in easily without paying attention if the side is right or else. Data transfer speed is also improve dramatically due to this new technology.

Recent rumors claim, Note 5 will use a 5.67 inch QHD display and an octa-core Exynos 7422 chipset, even with a relatively large battery on-deck, the design of the product is still quite thin with only 7.9 mm.

Without further saying, the Note 5 might be a game-changer and a chart-topper with all the effort Samsung has put into this device. But for now, all we have to do is to just probably wait it out and see where all of this is going.