Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is Back, Once Again With Galaxy S II/Note II Nostalgia

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Every once in a while I’m reminded what a great phone the Samsung Galaxy S II was and nobody can argue with that. It had a really great design, in spite of being part of the lineup of products accused of copying Apple. I was reminded of that phone again today when I saw the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 concept below, created by Sahil Arora.

Galaxy Note 5 (1)

One thing is easy to predict for the Note 5: whatever cool features we’ll get on the Galaxy S6 they will also be present on the Galaxy Note 5. We expect the future phablet to run Android 5.0 Lollipop, an Exynos 7xxx processor or the Snapdragon 810 or 815, plus a 6 inch Super AMOLED 4K display, most likely. We’ll also get 4 GB of RAM, 32 or 64 GB storage, as well as a 20.9 megapixel shooter at the back.

Galaxy Note 5 (2)

We also expect a 3500+ mAh battery inside, as well as 4G LTE and a revamped stylus. I can’t exclude the possibility of a retina scanner here, as well as a projector, if possible. Waterproofing may also be available, as well as a returning microUSB 3.0 port. The design is very slim and bezels are practically zero.

Galaxy Note 5 (3)

Galaxy Note 5 (4)

[via thegalaxynote5.com]

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  • Bart

    I guess I’m missing something. Not sure what that is. I really wonder why designers are not even paying attn to what Samsung’s announced plans are for the next high-end phones–folding and/or scroll-like designs. Yet the designers featured here continue to unimaginatively rest on their laurels with the same rectangular slate design that is now common-place. I thought designers were supposed to challenge our imaginations.