Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Rendered by Rishi Ramesh, With 4K Display in the Mix

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Last week the web was shook by rumors regarding the Samsung Galaxy S6 and somehow even the Galaxy Note 5 got some speculations. Today we’re here to deliver the very first Samsung Galaxy Note 5 concept, that looks a bit different from what you’d expect.

Galaxy Note 5

It was created by Rishi Ramesh, who did a fine job with it. We’re dealing with a 5.9 inch phablet with 4K resolution and Super AMOLED panel. This model has an all new S Pen stylus with improved gestures and it comes in 64 GB and 128 GB flavours. There’s a 21 megapixel rear camera with optical stabilization in the mix and 4K video recording, but this time you can actually see your video in 4K.

The selfie cam is an 8 MP unit and the Note 5 comes with an all metal finish and waterproof and dust proof abilities. Inside the phablet there’s a Snapdragon 810 processor, clocked at 2.8 GHz and accompanied by 3 GB of LPDDR4 RAM. Finally, we get a 4200 mAh battery in the mix. I have to say I’m digging the format, with those angular corners and the more narrow format. Certainly better looking than the Note 4…

Galaxy Note 5_1

Galaxy Note 5_2

Galaxy Note 5_S-Pen

[via mygalaxynote5.com]

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  • Bart

    This brings up a rather intriguing question…. Will Samsung continue the Note line after it purportedly will release the new flexible phones in 2015? There is still room for phablets in Samsung’s lineup. But if the new flex phones are the new phablet-form is yet to be seen.

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