A Very Dull Looking First Testbed Of The Galaxy Note 5 Has Leaked
Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 should be with us soon, in less than a month. And as has the trend started with mobile devices over the past couple of days, we've seen nearly every aspect of the device leak with several bits of information surfacing sporadically. We've got more to add today as well, as apart from the case renders and leaked dummy models that we've seen earlier, today a test variant of the Galaxy Note 5 has also been spotted.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 Surfaces In Testbed Today For First Time
Before you start to give up hope on the Galaxy Note 5 completely by looking at the image above, keep in mind that the image merely represents a testbed of the device, rather than the actual Galaxy Note 5. Given that we're so far ahead into the Galaxy Note 5's alleged launch period, Samsung should be eager to iron out any nooks and crannies on the device, and the Korean manufacturer seems to be doing just that.
We wouldn't expect the Note 5 to come looking anything like the device in the image above, if Samsung wants to keep any shred of respectability in the smartphone world. Rather, the Galaxy Note 5 is expect to follow a thin form factor, not feature any removable internal components and come with a complete metal package as was the case with the Galaxy S6 Duo launched earlier this year.
Hardware wise, Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 is expected to come with 4 GB of RAM, the Exynos 7422 and a 5MP front camera, which will be the same sensor employed by the manufacturer on its flagship smartphones. Aside from the Galaxy Note 5, the Korean electronics giant is also expected to launch the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 808 on board. Some interesting times are up ahead indeed. Stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below.