Samsung has reportedly started working on Galaxy Note 6 phablet. Recently, the alleged smartphone was benchmarked on CPU-Z. The key specs of Note 6 have been revealed through a snapshot of CPU-Z running on it.
The CPU-Z screenshot has revealed the details of the purported Galaxy Note 6 smartphone with model number SM-N930F. The Note 6 will be coming with a larger screen of 5.77 inches. The Galaxy Note 5 (2015) and Note 4 (2014) feature 5.7-inch screens. The Note 6’s display will support Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels.
The Exynos 8890 chipset is expected to power the Note 6. It is the same SoC that powers the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge flagship smartphones that were unveiled in February. The South Korean tech giant is also expected to release another variant of Galaxy Note 6 powered with Snapdragon 823 SoC.
Rumors from the beginning of this year have hinted that the Note 6 will be packed with 6 GB of RAM. The CPU-Z screenshot also reveals that the Galaxy Note 6 will be arriving with a native storage of 32 GB.
As far as the design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is concerned, it is expected to appear similar to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy Note 5, Phone Arena reported. It has also stated the upcoming Samsung phablet will be an IP68 certified device that will remain protected from water and dust contact. By this, the Galaxy Note 6 will be the first Note series model to feature IP68 certification. It will be coming with a huge battery of 3700 mAh capacity.
Rumors indicate that the Note 6 is codenamed as Grace and it is expected to release with Android 7.0 aboard. Rumors are rife that the Galaxy Note 6 release date will be set in July when Google is expected to release the final edition of Android 7.0. In 2015, Galaxy Note 5 was launched with Galaxy S6 Edge+. This year too, the Note 6 is expected to arrive with Galaxy S7 Edge+.