The Galaxy Note 5 Edge Makes Its First Appearance At Html5Test Site


Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 has been making quite a few rounds on the internet over the past couple of days. Courtesy of rumors and leaks so far, we know quite a lot about Samsung's next Note update. The Note 5 could come with a 4K or a 2K UHD display with a 5.9 inch screen size. Its internal codename at Samsung is also Project Noble, with the Note 5 rumored to also feature a massive 4,100 mAh battery coupled with a Type-C USB port. It'll also be featuring the next Exynos, dubbed as the Exynos 7422 that will be Samsung's first all in one processor solution.

Alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Edge Appears On HTML5test With Impressive Score

Now, after the Galaxy Note 5, there's also word that appears to have surfaced on the Edge variant of the Galaxy Note. With the launch of the Galaxy Note 4 last year, Samsung also introduced an 'Edged' variant, which had its display curved to one side of the device. The concept was further solidified and reformed with the launch of the Galaxy S6 Edge this year, and since then it seems set to become a permanent feature in Samsung's devices to come.

While there's no concrete word on whether the device spotted above is indeed the Galaxy Note 5 Edge, folks over at phonearena are claiming that the device's codename, ZenZero, is Samsung's internal language for the Galaxy Note 5 Edge. Coming towards the score, the Galaxy Note 5 Edge seems to have raked in some impressive points indeed. With a score of 503, the Galaxy Note 5 Edge seems to be right at the top when it comes to browser functionality. And given that its most likely a test variant of the device, we'd say that folks over at Samsung are heading in the right direction indeed. There's still quite a lot of months left until Samsung launches the next Note upgrade, so there should be improvement on the device coupled with more of its features surfacing. Stay tuned, we'll keep you updated.