Samsung is on the path of recovering its leadership position in mobile device manufacturing by introducing its new generation flagship model Samsung Galaxy S8.
Images and specs of Samsung Galaxy A3, A5, A7 were recently seen on benchmark site leading many to believe that they will be launched soon.
Recently surfaced render video of Samsung Galaxy Note 6 revealed a slew of awe-inspiring features that bear resemblance to its previously released cousin- the Galaxy S7. The upcoming phablet flagship of the Note series will reportedly come out around September with features that include a dual-edged display, a USB-type C port, Stylus Pen, and more.
Ahead of its purported release in September, rendered images of Samsung Galaxy Note 6 are making rounds online. Leaks from a known tech tipster portray the phablet flagship with dual-edged display.
Fresh leaked updates from a reputable online tipster suggest an August 3 release for Samsung Galaxy Note 6. If rumors prove accurate, key features may include the next-gen memory DRAM chip, Snapdragon 823 processor, 5.8-inch screen display, and BRITECELL Technology to improve the camera’s shooting capability under low-light conditions.
Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung will leave no stones unturned with the upcoming phablet flagship Galaxy Note 6 armed with specs and features that could eclipse Galaxy S7’s market success. Meanwhile, a plan may currently be in the works to bypass the entire Note 6 generation and go with Galaxy Note 7 to beat Apple’s iPhone 7 to market
Google’s latest Android Marshmallow update seems rolling out on all Samsung Galaxy devices albeit slowly. Another rumors points to another Android software upgrade called Android N which will reportedly take effect on Samsung Galaxy-branded gadget sometime in the fourth quarter this year.
Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is anticipated to be one of the biggest releases of the year. Now new reports indicate that the flagship smartphone by Samsung will come out in September.
Unwilling to cede ground to its rivals following earlier momentum lead at the start of the year, Samsung is reportedly releasing new devices that may prove better than Apple’s. Apart from the leaked Android devices with superb specs and features, the South Korean giant is rumored to be working on a foldable handset for next year’s release.
Samsung’s forthcoming smartphone flagship of the Note series, the Galaxy Note 6, is slated for release this August 15 with product launching happening sometime around July. Meanwhile, new insider reports suggest that the work on the physical design of Note 6 is nearing completion as the company readies for software development of the said device.
Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is all set to ruffle things up in the competition for this year’s best smartphone. Anticipated to be the next big release and a potential over-thrower of iPhone 7, the brilliant Galaxy Note 6 is touted as the business smartphone, complete with stylus and camera excellence.
Samsung is reportedly introducing a Blackberry-inspired and Hub-like feature that integrates individual calendar and email apps under one roof called Samsung Focus. The new centralized communications service feature is expected to be released alongside the slated July 1 launching of Galaxy Note 6.
In an attempt to keep the momentum going following earlier success with Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, Samsung is bent on releasing a Galaxy Note 6 reportedly as powerful as or even more powerful than an average laptop. With either a Snapdragon 823 SoC or Exynos processor coupled with 6 GB of RAM and 4,200 mAh battery, the new phablet could be a noteworthy rival to an average notebook PCs.
Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is a highly anticipated release of 2016 and many tech enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting its release.
New reports suggest that the South Korean tech giant is planning to ditch its MicroUSB port for USB Type-C port for fast charging. Most of its rivals have already shifted to USB Type-C for its high-end smartphone models.
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