Every Samsung Galaxy Note series has been a hit back-to-back. From the Galaxy Note 1 to the last year’s launched Galaxy Note 5. Each device came with it’s unique feature and we are pretty sure the Galaxy Note 6 won’t be any different.
Normally, Samsung is supposed to launch the next Galaxy Note a year after the previous note was launched but according to a new report by a Korean website known as The Bell, Samsung may be launching the Note 6 (If that’s what it’s gonna be called) earlier than expected. Hopefully in Mid-July to be precised.
Although The Bell didn’t give further information about the Galaxy Note 6, the device is said to be code-named as Grace and will run android N out of the box.
Based on previous specs we had earlier stumbled upon, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 may sport a 5.8-inch display which is slightly bigger than the 5.7-inch display present on the Note 5. The device may also pack 6GB of RAM, probably same 12 megapixels back camera that is present on the Galaxy S7 duo, internal storage may be 128 GB or up to 256 GB as an earlier report indicated that Samsung has officially started producing 256 GB memory chips for smartphones.
While this information on the yet to be announced Samsung Galaxy Note 6 may not be far fetched from being realistic, you may want to take the information with a pinch of salt until indications are clear.