There have been many rumors running around about this new Samsung gadget that will revolutionize the world of mobile handsets. Samsung is basically forced to come with a new approach on smartphones, as the world is changing fast and always asks for faster, better and stronger devices. Although the news we have brought by now failed to provide enough enthusiasm, as they didn’t describe much innovation coming along with Samsung Galaxy Note 5, the situation has now improved.
What we know by now is that the Note 5 will have a 5.66 inch display, with a 2560 x 1440 resolution. This is for all the detail keen eyes to see and for all the tech aficionados that will surely love the clarity of the image. The screen is going to be extremely big and extremely sharp. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will also come with 4GB of RAM and Samsung’s highest quality processors. The Note 5’s camera will have a 16 megapixels rear camera and the front camera will provide the force of 5 megapixels. All the selfie lovers out there will have the perfect chance to deliver, post, share the ideal selfie.
The device sounds to be highly performant, and this is exactly what we’ve been expecting from Samsung, after all the trials and tribulations, rumors and leaks running wild all over the internet.
The Note 5 will run the latest version of Android, also known as Lollipop. Rumor has it that Samsung will make use of their promising Note 5 to launch Samsung Pay, a new service which allows mobile payments. Well, if Apple has got itself into the mobile payments business, Samsung had to do a similar move too, for the sake of competition.
Note 5 will soon be announced and will come next to a special variation with a curved screen. With raised eyebrows and a shy smile we are waiting for the so called Note Edge and Note 5 Edge on August 13, at an event in New York.
The new malleable display with a frame, reminiscent of a flip phone, shows the device will allow you to fold your phone completely shut or even bend it outwards into a handy, obtuse angle.
What we still don’t know is if such a device will be able to run regular full screen apps or special software, able to split the screen so one can use it as a regular and proper old-school flip. It is also unclear how Samsung will be able to avoid having a wobbly and weird bit in the middle of the phone or how the phone would stay stable when used flat. The evolutionary approach on Samsung Galaxy Note 5 should change the way smartphones are used, managed and enjoyed.
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