Zauba listing reveals "edge" version of Samsung Galaxy Note 6?

Zauba listing reveals "edge" version of Samsung Galaxy Note 6?
India's Zauba website reveals imports and exports of note (no pun intended) heading into and out of the country. Just the other day, a listing appeared for the import of a metal mask to be used on the production line for the SM-N935G. Considering that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 (or will it be the Galaxy Note 7?) is the SM-G930, the model number listed on Zauba certainly could be for a Galaxy Note 6 edge. Keep in mind that the model number for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is SM-N920, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is SM-G930, and the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge is SM-G935.

It isn't what those in the legal profession might call conclusive evidence, but it does appear that another variant of the next iteration of the Galaxy Note will be coming. Based on previous rumors, the phablet will feature a 5.8-inch screen with a 1440 x 2560 resolution. The Snapdragon 823 SoC will be under the hood with 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM inside. There is talk that a version of the device with 256GB of native storage will be available. A 12MP camera is expected to adorn the back of the unit, with a 5MP camera in front for selfies and video chats. We could see an IP certification number for the first time on a Galaxy Note model.

If you're wondering about the use of the Metal Mask, it is employed in the production of integrated circuits used to produce the touchscreen and other parts of a handset. According to Zauba, two of the masks were imported on May 26th valued at $120USD each.


source: Zauba via GSMArena

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