Samsung is nearing the launch of its flagship phablet, Galaxy Note 6. Accordingly, the smartphone arena is rampant with leaks and speculations regarding the upcoming Note 6. The latest rumour suggests that the company is internally testing the next-Gen Note flagship devices set with IR autofocus for the primary snapper.
According to the source, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 prototypes employing the 12 MP snapper modules as those featured in Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are being tested. However, the South Korean tech giant is also toying with the idea of an Infrared AF Sensor for the primary lens of Note 6 phablet.
As far as the specs of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6 are concerned, it is speculated to feature a super AMOLED 6-inch flexible display with 4K resolution. A description of the innards has revealed that the handset will be fueled by 16-core Snapdragon 823 SoC. In addition, the device will also feature Adreno 530 GPU for enhanced graphics.
For storage, Galaxy Note 6 is rumoured to pack in 6GB of RAM along with 64GB/128GB internal storage that can be extended easily via microSD card slot.
In terms of camera, the device is speculated to pack in 12MP primary camera along with 5MP front-facing camera to click selfies.
Being a high-end flagship device, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is going to cost slightly more than Galaxy S7 and the previously launched phablet, Note 5. The phablet is rumoured to be valued around $750 to $800.
As far as the release of Samsung Galaxy Note 6 phablet is concerned, reports indicate that it will be unveiled in Q3 2016.
Samsung fans will have to wait a bit longer till the company goes public with its plans for the big launch. Meanwhile, the company has reported the highest-ever first quarter sales for Q1, 2016. The analysts are attributing this sharp rise in sales to the success of Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.