10 Hottest Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Concept Designs

By Vijaykumar

Everyday, several concept images of upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 make an appearance on the Internet. Only a few of them can even be compared to the brilliance of the designers. Samsung has launched phablet under its very popular Galaxy Note lineup in IFA for past four years. But, according to a report, the South Korean giant has pre-poned the launch of Note in mid-August.

Rumor mill are abound online suggesting that the company will announce two Note devices just like the Galaxy S6. One a standard Galaxy Note 5 and other one with dual-edge screen similar to the Galaxy S6 Edge.

 

Gizbot has come across with such concept images. We listed out the top best designed concepts of Galaxy Note 5, have a look at the slider below.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: 4K Display

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: 4K Display

It is highly rumored that the next Note will feature a 4K display. Recently a render image of Galaxy Note 5 appeared online claiming it will sport 4K display.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: By Ivo Maric

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: By Ivo Maric

Designed by Ivo Maric, the concept design of Galaxy Note 5 quite resembles the Galaxy S6 Edge design language, but in a more angular fashion. The phablet comes in two color versions: Gold Noir and Rose Gold.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Tim Hausladen
 

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Tim Hausladen

Tim Hausladen has came with Note 5 concept that is base don an aluminum uni-body design. The model also integrates a big size back speaker, plus a big camera and an interesting home button, that seems to be made of metal as well.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Slightly Curved Edges

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Slightly Curved Edges

Xalmey Khan has rendered the Note 5 concept design with more rounded edges. This render features a slim chassis, rounded screen edges.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Dual Curved Sides & Camera

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Dual Curved Sides & Camera

The concept of Galaxy Note 5 was designed by Metti Farhang. The phablet is pretty wide as usual for a Note model and features a curved edges on both sides including a massive selfie camera and dual rear camera.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Glass Back

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Glass Back

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 concept image features a glass back design similar to to the Galaxy S6. But the design look fresh compared to the company's design language.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Rishi Ramesh

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Rishi Ramesh

Rishi Ramesh has rendered some concept images of Galaxy Note 5. The device in the image looks like a bigger version of Galaxy S6. It also comes with a leather back.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Edge-to-Edge to Display

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Edge-to-Edge to Display

Created by DBS, the Galaxy Note 5 concept design features edge-to-edge display. The camera design is pretty similar to the one of the predecessor and the Galaxy S6.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Wider Screen

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Wider Screen

Giztimes has came up with couple of render images. The device in rather wide and has narrow bezels and seems to be made of metal. The concept design is slim that it camera pop-out quite a bit.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Projector on Back

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Projector on Back

A new concept design of Note 5 features a projector. The projector is embedded within the back of the handset and it uses 3LCD technology. The home button of the smartphone is embedded within the touchscreen, as a virtual button.

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