CPU-Z screenshot reveals 5.8-inch screen, IP68 certification and 6GB RAM for Samsung Galaxy Note 6 (Updated)

UPDATE: After closer inspection, we're pretty sure that the screenshot is a fake. Sorry, guys! 

A CPU-Z screenshot sent to us by someone claiming to be a Samsung employee, reveals some information on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6. According to CPU-Z, the Galaxy Note 6 will have the model number SM-N930. The screen will be 5.77-inches with a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution. The phablet, as has been rumored, will carry 6GB of RAM with 32GB of native storage. The Samsung Exynos 8890 SoC is under the hood.

Our source tells us that the Galaxy Note 6 will have a similar design to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 5. It is slightly thicker than the latter. A 3700mAh battery keeps the lights on, and the phone will come with an IP68 certification giving it dust and water protection for the very first time in the Galaxy Note series.

Android 6.0 is currently running the model. But according to our tipster, Samsung will pre-load the phablet with Android N if it is available in time. He tells us that Samsung and Google are in talks to determine if that is a possibility

A separate report published on Saturday revealed that the internal code name of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is "Grace." It also revealed the model numbers for the Verizon (SM-N930U_NA_VZW), AT&T (SM-N930U_NA_ATT), T-Mobile (SM-N930U_NA_TMB) and Sprint (SM-N930U_NA_SPR) branded versions of the device.

Thanks for the tip!

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