Samsung Galaxy Note 6: VR Support, 6GB RAM & More Things to Expect

Samsung Galaxy Note 6

It actually hasn’t been that long since Samsung released both the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge. However, if we’re accounting the South Korean tech giant’s order of things, we can pretty much assume that a Galaxy Note 6 is on the way. We can also expect that Samsung will be equipping the next Note with an upgraded hardware sheet, although it’s not certain this time how much of a bump it will be. Now, new reports have surfaced stating that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will feature 6GB of RAM, which would appear as a breakthrough that is a leap ahead of the current generation of smartphones.

Further reports also suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be capable of acting like a CPU, which would also make it function like a laptop. It could work similar to Microsoft’s Continuum for Windows 10 Mobile phones since rumours suggest that there will also be a docking station that stands in between the monitor and peripherals. VR Support could also likely happen, especially since it has been a trend that Samsung has been capitalising on as of late.

As far as the storage goes, Samsung could also be looking to integrate its recently announced 256GB Universal Flash Storage (UFS). This would also appear as logical should the company peg the Galaxy Note 6 as a device that can double as a laptop. Other speculations also suggest that Samsung could keep to its trend and release a 64GB and a 128GB variant.

Since we’ve seen the tremendous performance coming from both the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 as well as the company’s homegrown Exynos 8890, Samsung could outfit the Galaxy Note 6 with it to deliver flagship-grade performance.

There’s still no official news at the time of writing as to when Samsung plans to release the Galaxy Note 6. However, if we use the release date of the Galaxy Note 5 as any indication, then the Galaxy Note 6 would probably come out sometime in August of this year.


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