With a handful of devices lined up for release, Samsung’s upcoming high-end handsets are getting leaked almost every day. As it turns out, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has apparently made a quick visit to the CPU-Z benchmark testing app, revealing key specifications.
The Galaxy Note 5 has showing off its housed processor unit. A screenshot of the CPU-Z’s system info tab revealed the upcoming phablet will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 7422 chipset. The prototype that visited the CPU-Z app is reportedly tied to the model No. SM-N920F, GSM Arena reported.
The Exynos 7422 chip is an improved variant of the Exynos 7420, seen in the flagships Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. To top it off, Phone Arena says, this chip is the first Samsung-built “all-in-one,” integrating the CPU, GPU, RAM and memory, in addition to the radio modem.
Furthermore, the Note 5 reportedly will come backed by 4GB of RAM, similar to the new OnePlus 2 smartphone. When it comes to memory configuration, the handset will come equipped with 32 GB of internal storage capacity. However, there’s no information available on the possible microSD card slot.
Tthe Galaxy Note 5 is expected to flaunt the same 5.7-inch display with QHD screen resolution, similar to the predecessor Galaxy Note 4. On the software front, the device will run on the latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS with TouchWiz UI.
Phone Arena reported the Galaxy Note 5 will be released Aug. 12. In addition to the phablet, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ is also believed to be unveiled on the same event to compete with the Apple iPhone 6s before the IFA event.
Samsung, however, has not yet released the Galaxy Note 5 specifications or features.