Galaxy Note 6 Will Reportedly Launch In July With Android N

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is still one of the best phablets out in the market. This device has introduced back in August last year, and even though it's not the latest and greatest Samsung-branded mobile device anymore, it's still one of the best. We haven't seen that many Galaxy Note 6 rumors or leaks thus far, but pretty much everyone expects the device to arrive in August or September this year. Well, according to the latest rumor, that might not be the case, read on.

According to a Korean publishing, The Bell, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will launch in mid-July. The Bell claims this information comes from reliable sources familiar with Samsung affairs, which is interesting. In addition to the release date, the source says that the Galaxy Note 6 will ship with Android N out of the box, and that its codename is 'Grace'. Now, even though this sounds a bit far-fetched, it is possible. Google said that Android N will be released this summer, and Samsung is probably already working on updating their skin to Android N, the Developer Preview has released recently.

The source, unfortunately, did not share any additional info when it comes to the Galaxy Note 6. Now, according to previous rumors, the Galaxy Note 6 will sport a 5.8-inch display, which will be slightly bigger than the 5.7-inch panel used in the Galaxy Note 5. The device is expected to ship with 6GB of RAM (though it's more likely 4GB of RAM will be included), and 128GB of internal storage on board. The 12-megapixel 'Dual Pixel' camera will probably going to be used here as well, the same sensor you'll find in the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The phone will be made out of metal, and will ship with the all-new S Pen stylus, as it does every year. The physical home button will almost certainly going to be located below the display, and it will house a fingerprint scanner, unless Samsung opts to use Qualcomm's Sense ID. That is more or less it, we don't have any other info regarding the Galaxy Note 6, but if this report is accurate, we'll see plenty more leaks in the coming weeks, so get ready for that.

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