Samsung's flagship smartphone under its Note series, the Note 4, isn't going anywhere. A lot of our readers have rated the Note 4 as the best smartphone for 2014. That's because the Note 4 is being seen as a perfect handset for work and pleasure.
Now that the Galaxy Note 4 is official, many owners for the previous generation Samsung Galaxy Note series probably looking forward to the Galaxy Note 5, which we might see sometime later next year.
The original Galaxy Note was a killer smartphone. Each model since it was released has been much improved. Things have a changed a lot since then, and the new Galaxy Note 4 appears to be promising.
It's not been long, since the Note 4 made its power packed debut at the IFA Berlin tech show in September. It means the next-generation Note handset would probably see green light exactly 12 months after the Note 4.
Meanwhile, rumors have started to kick in, in respect to the Note 5. A new report from a well known blog site suggests that the Note 5 will sport a 4K resolution display with 734ppi pixels per inch. Reportedly, the South Korean electronics giant will start mass production of 5.9-inch Ultra HD (4K) Super AMOLED display with 743ppi pixel density in August 2015.
Now that rumors around its next flagship phablet Galaxy Note 5 have started gaining momentum, but concept images made its way to the web.
Designer Rishi Ramesh has conceived the Galaxy Note 5 with a new prospective in mind. It's important to remember that the concept Galaxy Note 5 is certainly based on unconfirmed rumors.
For the time being, check out the concept in the slideshow below, and do let us know what you think about the Galaxy Note 5 concept by Rishi Ramesh.
The concept phone has a bezel-free display, while the angular corners also look great. The design of the imaginary phone seemed to be inspired by the Note 4 to some extent. The concept handset has a metal finish and waterproof and dust resistant abilities.
The concept phone comes with a 5.9-inch 4K Super AMOLED display. The screen has a higher resolution than the current-generation Note 4 handset.
The concept device is said to include a Snapdragon 810 processor, coupled with 3GB of RAM. The device also comes in 64GB and 128GB of internal storage. No mention of an expandable storage has been made.
On the rear side, the concept phone houses a 21MP camera with OIS feature. The back camera is also capable to record videos in full 4K resolution. At front sits an 8MP megapixel camera
On the battery side, the concept phone houses a respectable 4,200mAh battery inside. No mention of the phone's running software has been made. Moreover, the concept handset also include Samsung's signature S Pen.