Galaxy Note 5 rumored to sport USB Type-C, bigger battery & display
With the expected arrival of the new Galaxy Note slowly inching closer, more details are starting to emerge. Latest reports show that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will sport the new USB Type-C, have a bigger battery and display, but will sport a thinner profile.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 rumored specs:
5.89-inch display (from SGN4’s 5.7 inches)
7.9mm thick (from SGN4’s 8.5mm)
4,100mAh battery (from SGN4’s 3,220mAh)
Improved S-Pen stylus
USB 3.1 (Type-C)
What’s interesting about the Type-C USB apart from the reversible tip is that it could transfer up to 10Gbps (vs the currnet 5Gbps) of files unto compatible devices. Other than those, previously-rumored specs include an Exynos 7422 chipset, a QHD display, and the new UFS 2.0 memory.
Stay tuned for more updates on the upcoming Galaxy Note 5. Meanwhile, what do you think about these specs? Remember to take them with a grain of salt as we know nothing is set to stone until the device has been made official.