Samsung Reportedly Working On Galaxy Note Edge Successor, S Pen Removed

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    After shipping 10 million Galaxy S6 units within a month of its release, the South Korean smartphone giant, is working on couple of high-end smartphones which are set to be released in the second half of the year.

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    Samsung Working on Galaxy Note Edge Successor

    Samsung is expected to launch its next flagship smartphone - the Galaxy Note 5 - at the upcoming IFA 2015. But, the smartphone giant is also planning to introduce few more high-end smartphone including the successor of Samsung Galaxy Note Edge.

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    The Galaxy Note Edge successor was known as Project Zen, but it seems Samsung has decided to rename it as Project Zero 2 and has decided to remove the S Pen functionality, according to SamMobile,

    However, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will still be made available with S Pen, but the next-generation Note Edge will not be equipped with S Pen anymore.

    Samsung will come up with ClearView cases for both Galaxy Note 5 and Project Zero 2. In addition to that, Samsung is also planning to release new accessory for both the devices called Keyboard Cover.

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    Earlier leaks report that, Project Zero 2, the successor of Galaxy Note Edge will sport 5.5 inch Super AMOLED duel-edge curved display and will be powered by Hexa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor.

    Furthermore, the next-gen Note Edge will be equipped with 16-megapixel rear camera with OIS (Optical Image Stabalization), 5-megapixel front facing camera.

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