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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Release Date, Specs, Features & Price Rumors: The Best Concepts So Far

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Months following the arrival of the metal-framed Galaxy Note 4, speculations aimed at its successor have flooded the internet. Without Samsung's word, the Galaxy Note 5 is purported to launch the earliest in August, Android Origin reported.

According to the outlet, the device is expected to pack "all the best features" present in the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. The Korean tech giant, reportedly, will improve the Galaxy S6's screen to a 6-inch UHD display, packing a resolution of 2160 x 3840 pixels.

Meanwhile, Know Your Mobile seemed certain, "We know the Galaxy Note 5 will come in September at the IFA expo in Berlin, Germany, because it always does, and Samsung's really blatant about that fact."

"We'll likely see it in the flesh sometime between September 4 and September 9," the outlet added.

Interestingly, Android Origin took note of reports, which cited the possibility of a curved display in the Galaxy Note 5. If this holds truth, there would be three "Edge" flagships under Samsung's belt, though we're up to wonder how the Note 5's version will be different.

The Galaxy Note Edge, launched beside the Galaxy Note 4, comes with a screen that extends to the right side of its body. The Galaxy S6 Edge, on the other hand, owns a display that extends to its left and right sides.

Brewing in the rumor mills are speculations which claim that the Galaxy Note 5 will come with a 5.9-inch display, a Retina scanner, 8 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage, the Venture Capital Post noted. Two processors are touted to run the new phablet: the Exynos 7420 or Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 chip.

In terms of camera, the Galaxy Note 5 is believed to have a 20 MP main shooter, an upgrade from the 16 MP snapper found in its predecessor, International Business Times said. The device's front camera, on the other hand, is speculated to bump from 3.7 MP to 5 MP.

Along with leaked specifications and features, creative Galaxy Note 5 renders have likewise been present. In this concept, the device is based on an aluminum unibody architecture, sporting a Home button that reminds us of an iPhone.

Another render pegs the device to possess an all-metal curved form, protected by the rather-advanced Corning Gorilla Glass 5.

Finally, we get to see a Galaxy Note 5 concept that envisions a rotating camera, packed in an ultra-slim hardware.

The Galaxy Note 5 is expected to retail "around $900 to $1000," IBT cited.

What do you think about a curved Galaxy Note 5? Will it be wise for Samsung to capitalize on such displays? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

Check out more concepts in the following videos.

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