Samsung Galaxy Note 6 could come with 256GB of storage and a 4200mAh battery

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 could come with 256GB of storage and a 4200mAh battery
The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 could be one buff phone according to the latest rumors. While Samsung usually loads the phablet with top-of-the line specs, this year it seems that the manufacturer will be outdoing itself. Of course, this is all speculation, and the specs were found on Weibo, China's micro-blogging site. That means that you should be taking this information with the proverbial grain of salt.

According to this leak, the Galaxy Note 6 will feature a 5.77-inch screen (call it 5.8-inches) carrying a resolution of 1440 x 2560 (QHD). A Snapdragon 823 chipset (basically an upgraded Snapdragon 820) will be under the hood of some units, while the Exynos 8890 will be powering other versions. The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is said to feature 6GB of RAM, something that will be more standard in 2017.

The device will come with a 4200mAh battery which should provide for at least 48-hours of battery life between charges. For the first time, the Note will feature an IP68 certification for protection from dust and water. And we could see a version with 256GB of internal storage. In addition, there is talk that the Galaxy Note 6 will have two variants; one will contain a curved screen and will use the "edge" moniker in its name. The other will have a plain, ordinary screen.

This isn't the first time that we have seen specs like this bandied about for the Galaxy Note 6, and it won't be the last leak about the phablet that we pass along over the next few months.


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via GizmoChina

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