Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Gets a Fresh Render, New Approach

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The last time I saw the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 concept, I was surprised by how narrow it was, compared to the last Note units. My worries are cancelled today, when a new Note 5 appears, this time with a wider body. The creation of Rishi Ramesh, this render involves a 5.9 inch display, as well as 4 GB of RAM.

Samsung Note 5

It runs Android 5.0 Lollipop, integrates a 20 megapixel back camera and a 5 MP front shooter. There’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor in the mix and the device’s body is ultrathin, so much that the camera protrudes quite a bit. The resolution of the screen here is a 4K one and we also get 64 GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot and back to the camera a bit, it’s a 1/3 inch unit, with F/2.0 aperture and 4K video recording.

We’ll also get a UV sensor, Knox Security, a heart rate sensor and a 3880 mAh battery. There’s wireless charging, a waterproof case, 3D image recording, a dual tone LED flash, metallic body and I like the fact that at the end of the Note 5 piece in the source link we get details about a potential flexible display coming to a certain Galaxy Edge 2… Which version would you choose?

Galaxy Note 5

[via giztimes]

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  • nagnag

    Nice. Will play with my note 3 till this beast is out !! Hopefully the camera will be very good in very low light scenes.

  • a-man2c

    gr8 1 i support whosoever buys this idea.
    samie should think of sumthin brand nu for her consumers in terms of design, colors etc wise one like me who has the note 2 n till now caught up stuck with it cus i didn’t really like this latest note 4, but it was a gr8 attempt

  • Jeff Dawson

    I love the “Note” phones. I’ve got a Note 3 and recently been using the galaxy S5.I hope they do something incredibly new with the “phablet” I have learned to love so much.