The rumor mill for the upcoming Samsung flagship Galaxy Note 5 has started to catch fire! However, the actual launch of the handset is distant far in September ahead, but what we have now are the first renders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 which shows the handset to be coming with a metal-glass body and a 4K display.
This means that the built for the handset is likely to follow the recent Galaxy S6 with metal-glass built and the Note 5 is said to be having a reasonable thickness of just 0.31 inch or 7.9mm. Additional details show that the handset would have a razor sharp 4K display with superior hardware, 128GB of built-in storage, fingerprint scanner, USB Type C Port and a big 4100mAh of battery life. This means that the Samsung Display will also out the 4K OLED display panels by the year end. Rumors also show that dual-edge version for the Note 5 would be having an Ultra-HD resolution.
We expect some more details for the handset to be coming out from different sources and will get them to you fans, soon as they are our way.
The first renders for the Galaxy Note 5 shows metal-glass body with 4K display