Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specifications could include 4,000mAh battery


Out of all the unreleased smartphones we have left this year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is one of the most anticipated. As you’d expect, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specifications have been a hot topic of debate, and today a new rumors suggests we will see a few interesting changes with the 2016 Note.

The Samsung Galaxy Note series is arguably the company’s finest product line to date. It’s usually a step up from the flagship Galaxy series, and while the lines between the two have become blurred with the Plus variants, it usually offers up something special. The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specifications have already rolled through the rumor mill several times, but today we’re going to touch on the display and battery size.

First up is the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 display. We know it will be large, but the newest member of the family could have a 5.8-inch Slim RGB display. The panel with carry the QHD resolution we’ve become accustomed to, but are said to be tinkering with two models including regular flat display and one with a curved display. Apparently, only one will come to market and it’s anyone’s guess which one that will be at this time. As for the battery, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is rumored to arrive with a battery in the 4,000mAh range, which would be considerably larger than the 3,000mAh battery found in the previous model.

It remains to be seen how well the Galaxy S6 and its brethren will sell this year, but Samsung always gets a nice profit surge when the Note arrives. This year will be no different, and while the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specifications will be better than the previous model, we can’t imagine them doing anything drastic with the design aside from an edged panel.

What would you like to see from the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 release, a new design or better features?

via – SamMobile     source: GSMhelpdesk.nl


Adam is a techie, who loves new gadgets and all things Westeros. Android is his OS of choice, and Pizza is his nemesis.

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