While Samsung’s Galaxy Note 6 may be a few months away from its official launch, it hasn’t stopped the phablet from being in the rumor mill. Over the past couple of months, we have come across a handful of leaks and rumors pointing to its possible specifications and features. Now, the folks over at PhoneArena have managed to get early screenshot of CPU-Z running on the Galaxy Note 6, which reveals the some specifications and features of the smartphone. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy Z Fold Tab to launch early next year with dual-hinge design
Based on CPU-Z data, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is likely to flaunt a slightly larger 5.77-inch displaycompared to 5.7-inch on the existing Samsung Galaxy Note 5. The display resolution is likely to be QHD with 1440×2560 pixels. Besides the screen size and resolution, CPU-Z also hints that the Note 6 packs 6GB of RAM and is powered by Exynos 8890 chipset, the same chip that powers the latest Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge smartphones. Also Read - Most affordable smartphones with telephoto camera to buy in April 2021: Realme X3 SuperZoom, Samsung Galaxy A72, and more
From an earlier leak, the Galaxy Note 6 is rumored to feature an iris scanner for authentication and IP68 certification for water and dust resistance. The leak also points to the device packing 3,700mAh battery with fast charging feature. While the smartphone was spotted running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the final version could come pre-installed with Android N.
Samsung recently started mass production of 256GB memory chip with UFS 2.0 (Universal Flash Storage). It is rumored that the Galaxy Note 6 could pack 256GB of storage option, making it the highest on smartphones so far. It is important to note that these benchmarks can be faked easily. And if there is any truth in these leaks, we will find out that in near the future.