It is quite clear that Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is coming, ideally one would expect it to show up at IFA early September, apparently it would be announced in August and later showcased at the mobile expo. This doesn’t come as a surprise as Samsung has been trying its best to steal the highlight from other opponents including Apple.
The phablet is quite near to its launch date and due to numerous leaks of hardware specs we have been able to frame a picture of what we should expect from the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in terms of specification and features. Certain details have been previously revealed is the chipset for the 5.7 inch smartphone would be the octa-core 64-bit Exynos 7422 SoC and we know for sure it will feature a fast storage as it has for the Galaxy S6/S6 edge smartphones. The phone will also sport a Quad HD resolution along with a Super AMOLED screen.
There’s a confirmation from the Sammobile on the amount of RAM the phablet would be getting i.e. 4 GB of LPDDR4 RAM. Frankly, this was quite obvious that Samsung would do this, as the 4 gigs mark has been crossed by only a few other smart phones (ASUS Zen 2 is one of those models).
Multi tasking with Samsung Galaxy Note series has always been their strongest suit because of their giant RAM size paired with top of the line SoCs and using multiple heavy apps on the new phablet wouldn’t be a problem.