Samsung Galaxy Note 6 to be launched in the US in mid August
According to Evan Blass (aka @evleaks), who is famous for almost always being right when it comes to details about unannounced smartphones, the US release of the Galaxy Note 6 is scheduled for the week starting August 15. At the moment, there are no pricing or carrier details, but we assume that the next generation Note will cost at least $700 off contract, being offered by all relevant mobile operators across the nation.
Current rumors have it that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be water-resistant, sporting a 5.8-inch Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) display, and being powered by a Snapdragon 823, or an Exynos 8890 processor. The upcoming phablet should further offer 6 GB of RAM, USB Type-C port, a 12 MP rear camera (probably similar to the camera we can find on the Galaxy S7 series), and a battery of at least 4,000 mAh. As for storage space, this could go up to a crazy 256 GB.
In addition to a regular, high-end Galaxy Note 6, Samsung may want to release a lite variant of the handset, which could feature a 5.8-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 820 processor, and only 4 GB of RAM. Needless to say, both versions will come with S Pen styluses, since this is one of the features that define the Galaxy Note series.
Let us know if you're looking forward to seeing the Galaxy Note 6 hitting shelves, okay?