Purported Images of Galaxy S Pen Leaked Online [Report]

    By Vigneshwar

    Another day! Another Samsung leak! It seems, the South Korean techie can't keep its upcoming flagship Galaxy Note 5 under wraps. With this elevated attention, the launch of Galaxy Note 5 is imminent around August second week.

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    Purported Images of Galaxy S Pen Leaked Online [Report]

    Recently, purported live images showcasing the S Pen of the upcoming Note 5 made the rounds online. As per the leaked image Galaxy S Pen comes with a side button, which is used for the host functions.

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    If you have a look at this image carefully, this S Pen unlike its predecessor, comes with clickable feature, while we are not sure about its functionality.

    As far as specifications concerned, this device is said to pack 5.67-inch Super AMOLED display that has a QHD or 2K (2560 x 1440) resolution.

    Purported Images of Galaxy S Pen Leaked Online [Report]

    Also, this device reportedly boasts Exynos 7422 SoC, with a built-in cellular modems. If the rumor turns out to be true, this flagship device will include 4GB RAM and might be powered by a 4100mAh battery on board.

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    Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is expected to debut the market on August 12 along with Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+. While there has been no official announcement about the pricing of the device from the company's end, we are expecting more information in the upcoming days.


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