News by Luke Jones on Thursday June 11, 2015.
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Samsung has already denied that it will release the Galaxy Note 5 early, so we will have to wait until the normal roll out time for the phablet king, likely IFA in September. While we are still a few months off seeing the flagship handset there are reports arriving on a daily basis that tell us what we can expect from the Galaxy Note 5.The latest reports suggest that the Note 5 will be comfortably the thinnest in the range so far, continuing Samsung's recent trend of releasing slim smartphones. The best phablet on the market will also get a USB Type-C, meaning the device will come without the side loading current USB. A Type-C port works much like Apple?s Lightning Port and lets the user plug in the USB on both sides. The new connector port also allows blazing 4K video streaming and can charge batteries quicker. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will also come with a UFS 2.0 internal storage, making the flash memory quicker, just like we had in the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Ex Samsung employers have said that the rumoured specs for the Note 5 are accurate, including a 5.9-inch Quad HD AMOLED, a 7.9mm body, 4100mAh battery, and Android Lollipop on board.
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