New details of Samsung's next gen Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy Note Edge 5 emerge, likely to get a 4K display along with Exynos ePOP chipset.
Samsung’s latest flagships have enjoyed their share of success in the global smartphone market, edging past Apple selling iPhones in April. Next in line from the Samsung will be its Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy Note Edge 2, which we can expect to be unveiled at IFA in Berlin.
The Korean manufacturer has certainly taken the phablet game to another level with its Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge last year in Berlin. It did offer something new and unique with the announcement of the Galaxy Note Edge that garnered a lot of attention from the tech community.
Now, a new report has emerged that reveals what Samsung is brewing for this year’s show in Berlin, scheduled for September 4-9. According to the report, Samsung is prepping the launch of the Galaxy Note 5 along with the next iteration of its Note Edge. The report further claims that the Galaxy Note 5 could get a 2K or 4K Super AMOLED display along with a brand new Exynos 7422 chipset.
Notably, Samsung is planning to integrate the processor, GPU, RAM, and storage onto a single chip, considered to be the company’s first ever all-in-one solution (ePoP), claims the report. In addition, it says that the next generation Galaxy Note Edge has been codenamed ‘Project Zen’ and will be slightly lower compared to the Galaxy Note 5 when it comes to specs. The phablet is rumored to get a 5.5-inch dual-edge Super AMOLED display similar to the one we saw on the Galaxy S6 Edge. The Note Edge is expected to feature a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and 16GB of internal storage. Optics on the next gen Note Edge is rumored to include a 16MP rear camera with OIS along with an 8MP selfie cam, and an S-Pen stylus.
The Korean manufacturer is on a roll this year with the success of its flagships, the Galaxy S6, and Galaxy S6 Edge. Can it pull off the same feat with its next generation Note phablets? We’ll likely have to wait till September to find out. Till then keep checking back here for more updates.