If Evan Blass is to be believed, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be here in “exactly two months’” time. Blass has a great track record when it comes to predicting smartphone release dates and their features, among other things.
Despite the revelation by Blass, there are other reports that point towards a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 instead of a Galaxy Note 6. However, this cannot be confirmed in any way, despite the fact that Sam Mobile claims the information comes from a reliable source.
June is already here and according to Blass’ calculations, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be announced in early August, probably during the first week of the month. As pointed out earlier, the man behind this information has done such predictions before and a host of them have been accurate. Still, this doesn’t mean that you should be confident that the Note 6 will be here on August 2nd, instead, take this with a grain of salt.
Coming down to the features expected to come with Samsung Galaxy Note 6, reports are rife that the Korean company will go after LG G5 and Huawei P9 by packing a dual-lens camera setup on the next phablet. This might sound like a bit if a stretch right now, but with Samsung having already filed patents for Galaxy Eyeprint and Galaxy Iris, we can expect even more to come with this phone.
There is also news that the next Note phone will adopt a feature similar to the BlackBerry Hub. Like its counterpart, the Samsung Hub will work in the same manner as the BB Hub. As for the hardware specs, the phone will reportedly come with a 5.8-inch QHD display panel that might pack 3D Touch-like technology, but this might depend on whether the Galaxy Note 6/Note 7 will come with Android N on board or not. Under the hood, expect to find a Snapdragon 820/823 SoC and a RAM of 6GB.
The rumor mill also claims that a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Edge will be unveiled by Samsung, but this naming will depend on whether the Note 5’s successor will be a Note 6 or Note 7.