Samsung Galaxy Note 5 edge found on HTML5test?

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 edge found on HTML5test?
Even though the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 isn't expected to be unveiled until the NFL season kicks off (with Tom Brady on the sidelines?), we've already heard that the fifth-generation of the phablet is internally referred to as Project Noble. From keeping our ear to the ground, we've also heard that the Galaxy Note 5 will also be powered exclusively with an Exynos chipset of Sammy's own making. Recently there was talk that the Exynos 7422 is being tested for use on the unit. This chip would go beyond the usual chipset and include the CPU, GPU, RAM, native storage, and a Samsung LTE modem in a single package.

Now, we would be dumbfounded, stupefied and at a loss for words if Samsung wasn't planning a Galaxy Note 5 for release this year. Thus, the device's appearance on the HTML5test website isn't earthshattering in the sense that it proves the device exists. But if legit, it could show us that the Galaxy Note 5 is in testing mode. The HTML5test measures how well a specific browser supports HTML5.

The test measured Samsung browser 3.2 on the Samsung ZenZero. This is the code name allegedly being given to the rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 5 edge. This model will reportedly come with curved glass on both sides of the 5.4-inch or 5.5-inch Super AMOLED screen.

The browser tallied 503, which is a very high score. To put it in comparison, a Nexus 5 using Chrome 42 with Android 5.1.1 just scored a 515 as did the same combination of Chrome 42 and Android 5.1.1 on the Pantech Vega Iron 2.

We suggest taking this story with the proverbial grain of salt. According to the HTML5test site, the data "could be fake or belong to a different browser than the one listed."


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source: HTML5test

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