We’ve come to expect a lot of things from Samsung’s Galaxy Note series, including absolutely gorgeous displays, cutting-edge hardware and a bunch of annoying, storage-clogging bloatware. We expect much of the same from the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 and new leaked renders posted over at Nowhereelse.fr may give us our first look at Samsung’s newest flagship phablet. More →
Following a tepid reaction to the Galaxy S5 in 2014, Samsung went back to the drawing board for its next flagship devices. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are the result of the company’s labor, but despite the positive critical response and the outpouring of support from Samsung fans, sales still aren’t where the company would like them to be.
We don’t know a lot about the Galaxy Note 5 right now, although knowing Samsung we’re confident that the device will come with top-of-the-line specifications. PhoneArena points us to a a new report from Chinese website Zol.com.cn that claims the device will not only come with a giant 5.9-inch 2K Super AMOLED display and a 4,100mAh battery but also a USB Type-C port as well. Earlier rumors have claimed the device will feature an updated octa-core Exynos 7422 processor to go along with its powerful battery and giant 2K display. More →
Considering that all Galaxy Note versions to date launched at the German IFA tradeshow around early September, it’s hardly surprising to hear that the Galaxy Note 5 will also be unveiled in September at the same show. What is somewhat surprisng, however, is that one Samsung executive basically just confirmed it. More →
Phablet fans should be absolutely pumped up for the upcoming release of the Galaxy Note 5, especially since the release of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge this year have shown Samsung has finally honed its design chops. SamMobile has come out with some fresh details about the Note 5 on a new report today that give us a better idea of the device’s specifications and when it will be released. More →
Samsung’s next flagship phablet for 2015 is going to be the fifth-generation Galaxy Note, a device that’s expected to launch in at least two different versions. Just like the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy Note 4 before it, the Galaxy Note 5 is expected to be released in a regular version with a flat screen, and an edge version with a curved display.
There was a time when Samsung never worried about launching a new Galaxy Note model in the fall even though it meant running directly into a new iPhone launch. However, with the launch of the iPhone 6 Plus last year, Samsung’s thinking may have changed. G for Games points us to a new rumor in Korean blog Whowired that claims Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 5 in later July, or a little more than a month before Apple is expected to unveil its newest iPhone phablet in September. More →
Samsung is already working on its next big thing: The Galaxy Note 5 phablet. The announcement of the fifth-generation high-end phablet is likely going to take place in September, but a fresh report brings over some unexpected Galaxy Note 5 details. Surprisingly, after launching two versions of both the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S6 in the past year, Samsung might not have two Galaxy Note 5 models in stores this fall. More →
Although Samsung never gave us a firm release window for its round-faced smartwatch (supposedly called the Gear A), it looks like any hope of seeing it before the end of the summer has been eradicated. SamMobile shared information on Thursday from its sources who claim the Gear A has been delayed to the second half of 2015, and will now launch alongside the Galaxy Note 5. More →
Samsung will unveil its fifth-generation Galaxy Note phablet in September, and the first traces of the handset have already been discovered online (the phone’s model number), though it’s too early for rumors and images to further reveal secrets about the device. However, some fans have already started already imagining what the Galaxy Note 5 could look like, especially considering the new design lines Samsung has introduced with the Galaxy S6 family. More →
Samsung just launched the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, but that doesn’t mean the company is ignoring future flagship devices – or at least two in particular. SamMobile has discovered listings in an IMEI database for two distinct products, and they appear to be new Galaxy Note and Galaxy S models. More →