Samsung is building two Galaxy Note 6 variants with curved and non-curved screens packing a 4000 mAh battery & 6GB of RAM

The Galaxy Note 6 is still months away; after all the Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge are still brand new devices out in the market. That doesn’t stop the rumours While we’re still months away from an official announcement regarding a new Samsung Galaxy Note – most likely called Galaxy Note 6 – we’re already hearing many things about the device.

Today we have got some details about the upcoming flagship from samsung courtesy of the Dutch website GSM Helpdesk. Reportedly, Samsung is currently testing two versions of the Galaxy Note 6 – one with a regular display, and another one with a curved screen. According to the report both will have similar specs and screen sizes.

What’s even more interesting is that, Samsung will launch only one of these Galaxy Note 6 versions according to the report. We could either get an Edge version of the Note 6 or a regular version.

GSM Helpdesk also mentions that the Galaxy Note 6 will come with a 4000 mAh battery. This would be significantly larger than the 3000 battery that’s found inside the Note 5, and could deliver great battery life. The Galaxy S7 edge which has a 3600mAh Battery is doing really well, so if the Note 6 has a 4000mAh battery it will definitely do even better.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 might feature a 12 MP rear camera that the Galaxy S7 has and it could have 6GB of ram along with the Snapdragon 823 or Exynos 8890 processor. According to the rumors, the Galaxy Note 6 will have the same water-resistant body and also an interesting new iris scanner.

We have seen reports mentioning a very early release date for the Note 6, but I think samsung will release it after Google unveils Android N to the public so that the Note 6 could run that.

It’s going to be Very interesting to see what Samsung does with the Note 6. Stay tuned to Andro Dollar to know more about that.

Source – GSM HelpDesk