In addition to the never-ending leaked specifications and renders, a new report points to stunning cases for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5. The cases along with the renders give the whole picture of how the Galaxy Note 4 successor will look like. 

Phone Arena reported the upcoming device is believed to share the same design philosophy as the flagships Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The Note 5 will also be a premium looking device, complete with a metal chassis. To top it off, the new phablet apparently will feature a nonremovable battery. This information has been corroborated by the freshly leaked cases picked up by the UK’s prominent tech website Mobile Fun. Apparently, this Website sourced the case details from Rearth.

The handset is expected to feature tapered edges on the rear, along the two sides of the device. This aspect is a replica of the Galaxy S6 Edge design. However, the flipside of having tapered edges is the nonexistent grip, raising the specter of it slipping. Readers can check out the renders and cases from Mobile Fun.

The Galaxy Note 5 is rumored to feature a microSDXC card slot with the expansion limit of up to 128GB, a Quad HD screen resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels and Super AMOLED display technology.

When it comes to hardware components, the Galaxy Note 5 will reportedly be powered by a new Qualcomm MDM9635M chipset that supports Cat. 6 LTE capability, guaranteeing super-fast data transfer speeds. Plus, this Qualcomm chipset will apparently work in tandem with an octa-core Samsung Exynos 7422 processor and will be backed by 3GB of RAM, Phone Arena reported. 

Moving on to the memory specification, the Galaxy Note 5 is reported to flaunt 32GB of built-in storage capacity. Meanwhile, a killer 16 megapixel rear-facing camera sensor, along with a stunning 5 MP front-facing shooter for selfies will apparently be part of the upcoming Note 5. Samsung, however, has not confirmed the Galaxy Note 5 specifications thus far.