The rumour land is abuzz over Samsung's supposed plans to unravel the Galaxy Note 5 in July, instead of releasing it in September. However, Samsung President Shin Jong-kyun, speaking with reporters, has squashed all such rumours.
Samsung's Shin Jong-kyun recently revealed that all rumours are entirely baseless, and confirmed that the company has not changed the release schedule for the Note 5.
Ever since Samsung Galaxy S6 made its debut in March this year, it's being reported that the tech giant might launch its upcoming Galaxy Note 5 a bit early, sometime in July. Rumours about the release date being rescheduled and the gossip mongers got their platter full.
Generally, Samsung launches its Galaxy Note device at the IFA Berlin tech show, which takes place in September. Over the past few days, a rumour has been circulating that Samsung could be pushing the much-awaited handset out earlier than expected.
According to the latest buzz, Samsung will be taking pre-orders for a July release. Reports further suggest that major telecom companies are said to have been given the final specifications.
It is likely that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 5 in September, ahead of the Apple iPhone 6S release.
Source - GforGames