The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 has been the subject of a number of rumors over the course of the past few weeks. The latest one confirms previous speculation about its size and adds a new one about its battery to the list.
First-off, GSM Helpdesk claims that the Galaxy Note 6 will indeed feature a huge 5.8-inch display, 0.1-inch bigger than its predecessor. As per the site, Samsung has still not decided whether to grant it a curved or flat display. Whatever the brand chooses, both are set to feature a QHD resolution.
If the report turns out to accurate, Samsung is planning to unveil only one handset as the sequel to the S6 Edge+ and Note 5. However, it hasn’t hit upon which model to bring to fruition. SamMobile thinks that a curved version is far more likely given the popularity of the Galaxy S7 Edge.
The next bit of information concerns the battery unit the Galaxy Note 6 will get its power from. The brand is thinking of granting it a bigger 4000mAh battery, a progression which makes sense seeing as how the phone is slightly larger this time round.
Samsung had pulled off a similar move with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, bumping up the battery specs for each. Another aspect it’s likely to borrow from the flagship series is its advanced camera configuration. This goes in line with rumors which had pointed towards a 12MP snapper accompanied by OIS for the device.
Other alleged specs for the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 include the upcoming Android N OS, 6GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM. The firm is reportedly testing two processors for the phone namely an Exynos 8890 SoC and a Snapdragon 823 one. As for a launch date, rumors suggest a July unveiling is on the cards.