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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date, specs, features

The next important phablet Samsung will be the first mass-market phone to go 4K


With the Galaxy Note 4 now in the public domain, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (LON: BC94) (KRX: 0,059,935) and will be ruminating on his upcoming series of mobile devices. And not only the Korean automaker is considering a successor to the Galaxy Note 4; Internet is already full of a particular rumor concerning the next Galaxy Note 5.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date

Galaxy Note 5 to go 4K


Lovers of high definition technology could really crave this phone from Samsung, as murmurings are already circulating that Samsung will choose to make the Galaxy Note 5, the first mobile 4K. This has been a breakthrough that has been rumored for some time, but so far has yet to materialize. But with technology constantly developing, Samsung may decide it is the right time to do a bit of Galaxy Note 5, the first mass market mobile 4K.

This is nothing more than gossip, no longer a source of tipping this as an important part of the Galaxy Note Release 5. It is rumored in line with this that Samsung will begin mass production of "HD Super AMOLED display 5.9 Ultra 700 + ppi sometime next year, with a likely 2015 release of the Galaxy 5 note is in the same time 2014 that the galaxy Note hit stores in April.

Although Samsung is a very long way to substantiate these rumors, which itself has already confirmed during his presentation slides Days analysts currently working on a UHD 2160 × 3840 pixel AMOLED screen. It seems certain that a screen of this type are intended for release in 2015 and the Galaxy Note May be a natural fit with a screen like this, given the large size phablet Galaxy Note series.

It would also be a logical move for Samsung due to its focus on high-quality visual displays. Samsung TV range has been lauded both critical and commercial success, and there is a lot of buzz around the curved design to the top of the joint distribution have recently adopted.

Samsung profits dive


The fact is that Samsung requires some outstanding specifications and features its upcoming range of mobile devices. The reason for this is quite simple; Apple beating Samsung is currently on the market. This has led manufacturers of Korea announced that profits have fallen by up to 60 percent recently, and if the electronics giant of East Asia is increasingly fulfill its stated mandate seriously challenge Apple, then you must find a way to brand yourself clearly in the market.

Other major electronics companies have already been mentioned like the 4K screen rumored specifications. For example, LG has previously stated that 600ppi, panels and smartphones even 700ppi are perfectly achievable in the near future, so it should not be a big surprise for fans of the Korean company Samsung is investigating the possibility of release a device of this type.

Most analysts believe that Samsung has to produce something exceptional with its next range of smartphones if too mark them as something special and different about the way the iPhone. There is no doubt that Samsung offers a solid range of high-performance mobile devices, but somehow the iPhone retains a reputable and reliable street that Samsung is coming close to matching.

So a 4K display would be very valuable to the company, and probably something that will strive to achieve in the coming months. However, it will not be a silver bullet for the Galaxy Note 5 itself, so it will be interesting to see how 2015 unfolds what kind of functionality, feature set and specifications Galaxy Note is armed with 4.

Increase the size of your screen


Other than the screen resolution, which is already being speculated that Samsung, in fact, increase the size of the screen on the Galaxy Note 5 to 5.9 inches. This could be seen as a risky strategy because the market has dried phablet a bit recently, even though Apple has just released his first phablet in the form of iPhone 6 Plus. Many analysts have said that range of Samsung devices has become a bit repetitive, and even the corporation itself has granted in recent statements.

So if Samsung is to include a 5.9-inch screen on the Galaxy Note 5, surely should consider some other changes, possibly a significant change in the design parameters to ensure that the device is smaller while still accommodate this increased screen size. There are already rumors circulating that Apple has a unique design for iPhone 7 in the pipeline that will allow them to increase the size of the screen while doing the most compact device than it already is.

More Galaxy Note 5 specifications


Samsung also beef, no doubt, some of the specifications on the Galaxy Note 5. Therefore, we can expect the device to be armed with 4GB of RAM to complement a more powerful processor. The camera on the Galaxy Note 5 could be as powerful as 21-megapixel resolution, while there are also complaints that the device pack a 6 megapixel camera facing very powerful capable of Full HD video capture. The device is expected to offer a 4000 mAh battery with features like ultra-mode battery.

The Galaxy Note 5 may be a long way to go, but it is clear that Samsung is going to up the ante with this device in its ongoing battle with Apple.

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