However, if you still haven’t had enough of looking at Samsung’s upcoming flagships, third-party case maker Spigen has just posted a few renders of the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ coated in their protective cases.
While sales of the Samsung Galaxy S6 were disappointing, the company said it was unable to meet demand for the Galaxy S6 Edge due to supply issues.
Cheil Worldwide launched a spot for Samsung, targeting bicyclists while promoting the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge’s S Health app. Samsung purged the removable battery and microSD slot from the flagship S6, so it’s no surprise to see them going from the Note series.
Samsung has provided a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display on the Galaxy A8 with 1920 x 1080 pixels (full-HD) resolution and Adaptive Display technology to automatically adjust the brightness levels. An in-house 2.1 GHz Exynos processor will be running the show for the device. Foxconn, Apple’s chipmaker, also revealed that there will be no 16GB on iPhone’s next entry level, instead consumers can take on the 32GB that is expandable up to 128GB in storage.
Besides, Note 5, Samsung is expected to update the Note Edge through Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. The device will have a 16-megapixel rear shooter and a 5-megapixel front camera. The smartphone will also come with some advanced optics, a 16MP primary camera and a 5MP front facing camera. Yes, there have been plenty of details that have leaked out in the past, but today’s leak is beyond compare as we finally get to see some crystal clear images of the soon to be announced Galaxy Note 5. The Galaxy S6 shipped with an Exynos processor, and it looks like the Note 5 will too.
Speaking of Galaxy S6 Edge price, the device was reportedly retailing for $815 under the AT&T network, when it was released, notes Phone Arena.
The officially announcement is on Samsung’s Big August 13 event and the South Korean giant is likely to unveil more products during the event.