It has become a routine for the tipsters to leak information about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5, followed by concept designers to come with stunning renders. From leaked renders, CAD drawings, live photos to rumored specifications, every aspect of the new phone has been reported. In addition, Samsung has also moved away from the routine of introducing the Galaxy Note 4 successor in the traditional September timeframe at the IFA event. Instead, the Galaxy Note 5 release date has reportedly been set for Aug. 13 to get a good head start on competitors. Now, a veteran designer has come up with a slew of renders, 3D-printed photos and video of the device.
The prominent designer Ivo Marić, who is known for killer smartphone renders, has come up with an impressive set of renders of the Galaxy Note 5. Phone Arena apparently picked up the design renders from Marić’s Instagram account. His Instagram account has numerous slick-looking renders and a video. Interested readers can check out the stunning renders and video on Instagram.
Judging from the uploaded images, the Galaxy Note 5 looks similar to the flagship Galaxy S6 with respect to the exterior design, complete with the much-appreciated metal and glass look. However, the phablet is larger than the S6.
In the meantime, rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 5 specifications include a microSDXC card slot packed with an expansion limit of up to 128 GB. The device will apparently come with a Quad HD resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels and Super AMOLED display technology. Under the hood, the smartphone will come powered by a brand new Qualcomm MDM9635M chip, in combination with an octa-core Exynos 7422 SoC. Plus, it will apparently be backed by 3 GB of RAM, says Phone Arena. Also note-worthy is the capability of the chip to support Cat. 6 LTE connectivity.
Moving on to the memory specification, the Galaxy Note 5 will reportedly house 32 GB of internal storage space. Plus, a cool 16 MP rear-facing camera unit, in addition to a 5 MP secondary snapper for selfies, have also been tipped to be part of the device. In any case, readers should note that, the South Korean tech giant has not confirmed the Galaxy Note 5 specifications so far.