Galaxy Note 6 Rumored To Have Massive 5.8-Inch Screen And Two Completely New Features
Galaxy S7 is incorporated with features that are expected to be present in Galaxy Note 6, but the upcoming phablet has a few surprises that you will definitely be interested in.
Galaxy Note 6 Rumored To Feature An Iris Scanner And IP68 Certification
According to the latest rumor reported by Sam Mobile, Galaxy Note 6, the upcoming flagship phablet is expected to feature a massive 5.8-inch screen. If the rumor happens to be true, then the Korean smartphone giant would have increased the screen size by 0.1 inches from 5.7 inches, a form factor that has remained constant with the company’s Galaxy Note 3, Note 4 and Note 5. With Galaxy Note 6, we can feel Samsung’s is being compelled to increase that screen size.
With Galaxy S7 edge, you get a 5.5-inch screen with a Quad HD display and a 3,600mAh battery capacity. With the upcoming gargantuan sized device, which will obviously have natural advantages thanks to its increased form factor, more content will be available to view on the screen, as higher probabilities for the company to incorporate a 4,000mAh battery. After all, you need some encouragement to upgrade to a Galaxy Note 6, otherwise purchasing a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge would be more than enough for your requirements.
Additionally, the upcoming handset is expected to feature 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM, because there needs to be some level of difference between this one and its smaller brothers. Furthermore, the incorporation of an iris scanner is also said to be a part of the smartphone’s configuration, and why would it not? Apart from a fingerprint scanner, what better way to secure your device than with an extra security measure, and we know that we might be expecting too much from Samsung, but we are under the impression that the company’s payment service, Samsung Pay could somehow be integrated into the iris scanner, if there ever was such a security feature.
We have no clue on what the SoC is going to be present inside the large handset, but since there is no news on Samsung working on another chipset, it will have to be an Exynos 8890, along with a Snapdragon 820 model as well. What we really want from Samsung is to further reduce that bloatware. TouchWiz has improved but can it become better? Absolutely; it is just a matter for Samsung to realize that stuffing useless apps is not the answer, not when there are better alternatives better at Google’s Playstore. Google was also reported to aid the company in optimizing its TouchWiz UI, because the tech giant would obviously not want the South Korean firm to lose its market share.
As for the rumored features of Galaxy Note 6, what do you think of them so far? Let us know your thoughts right away.