Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Imagined Yet Again by Giztimes

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 should debut at IFA 2015 this fall, but some rumors claim that it will come sooner, in August. In the meantime we have received two new renders of the phablet, that offer a pretty basic and predictable design.

Galaxy Note 5 concept giztimes 1

The device is rather wide, has narrow bezels and seems to be made of metal. It’s so slim that its camera protrudes quite a bit, not my favourite deign approach to be honest. I can’t exactly see if we still get a pulse or fingerprint sensor and where exactly they’re placed. If I were Samsung, I’d switch both of them with an eye blood vessel scanner.

Galaxy Note 5 concept giztimes 2

It can be used for authentication and to measure the blood pressure and pulse, so two sensors gone at once. Anyway Giztimes, the creator of this concept sees the Galaxy Note 5 as having 4 GB of RAM, a 5.9 inch screen, 64 GB of storage, a microSD card slot with support for up to 128 GB and a Snapdragon 810 processor. A 20 megapixel back camera with a 1/3 inch sensor is in the mix, as well as a 5 MP front shooter and a 3880 mAh battery.

[via giztimes]

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  • Bart

    The width/height ratio seems inconsistent with the progressive design of the Note series. The original was a bit “fatter” than the current Note3/Note4. I don’t see this concept coming to fruition, but then opinions and conjecture are all what concepts are about.