We’re less than a month away from Samsung’s next Unpacked event, assuming the company will indeed launch the Galaxy Note 5 in mid-August. Thus, it’s not surprising to see more unofficial 3D renders and supposedly leaked pictures emerge. In fact, a designer has released an incredible video that shows what the Galaxy Note 5 would look like based on all the information that has leaked so far.
Ivo Maric worked with the leaked CAD models for the Galaxy Note 5 to come up with the video below. As you can see, the Galaxy Note 5 would largely be a bigger version of the Galaxy S6. We’re looking at a handset that has front and rear glass panels, 2.5D curved glass, and a metal frame with chamfered edges. There’s also a stylus that supposedly features an auto-ejecting mechanism.
While every detail in these 3D renders is consistent with what you’d expect from a Galaxy flagship launching after the Galaxy S6, these are still unofficial renders, as Samsung has yet to confirm any of the info leaked so far.