Samsung has recently launched its latest flagship smartphones - the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge in the Indian market. The latest flagship devices have the similar design of its predecessor - the Galaxy S6, but has changed it a lot internally.
Now there is speculation about the company's popular phablet device - the Galaxy Note series. Samsung next phablet - the Galaxy Note 6, seems to bring some surprise for the Galaxy Note fans. The latest leak hints that Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is codenamed as Grace and will be released in July with Android N on board.
Well, the internet is abound with concept design of Galaxy Note 6, and we have listed few of the best design. Have a look at the slider below.
Designer Mesut G, who worked together with JustChris to render the following concept. Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is shown in white, with a metal body and a new and improved stylus. The handset is very slim and integrates two speakers at the bottom, but keeps the trademark Home button. The design approach feels a bit iPhone-ish, but what doesn't nowadays? The back side is a bit of a tribute to the Galaxy S6 and this model will very likely be a 6 inch 4K phablet, in my book.
The device is said to have a 6 inch foldable display, it runs Android 6.0 and adopts a 4K resolution. Actually, the last spec was expected to pop up on the Galaxy Note 5, but didn't come through. Although the designer envisions a 16 core processor here, I find that overkill and it's probably a 14 nm or even 10 nm Exynos model, plus maybe a Snapdragon 830 of sorts.
The concept shows is pretty far from what the real model will look like, I guess. This model looks more like a Sony than a Galaxy Note 6, especially with the format and color choice.
Patently Mobile has managed to get Samsung's patent that shows the phablet sized handset sitting in a laptop dock, where it acts not only as a touchpad but also as the laptop's CPU.
The uniqueness of Galaxy Note series is the S-Pen. The Galaxy Note 6 could come with a Galaxy Note Pen that will also doubles as a stand. The idea is that the pen could be pulled out halfway and locked, to prop the Note 6 upright to let you watch a video and other media more easily.