Samsung Galaxy Note 6 rumors: Specs leaked, 6GB RAM, others tipped


The rumor mill is once again hot because of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 flagship phablet. Now, latest reports claimed to have leaked out the specifications of the device, revealing that the phablet would come with beastly hardware that users should watch out for.

According to a report by Phone Arena, a tipster from Chinese social media site Weibo posted what were claimed to be the complete specifications Samsung built the new Galaxy Note 6 phablet on. According to the tipster, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note phablet will come with a certain Slim RGB AMOLED display that is 5.8 inches in size, with 1440 x 2560 pixels Quad HD resolution. It was not specified what the “slim” namesake means, though it  was speculated that it could mean that Samsung may have managed to make the display package of the device slimmer, thus the name for it. As for the RGB properties, this is the first time that the technology would come to any Samsung device, should the rumors prove to be true.

As for the other specifications, the leak tipped that the Galaxy Note 6 would come with a beastly amount of 6 GB worth of RAMwhich, while it may sound like an overkill, would be possible for Samsung to pull off, given the fact that the South Korean tech giant is mass producing 12gB LPDDR4 RAM chips using a 20 nm process technology that opened the doors for up to 6GB RAM power to mobile devices.

It will run on two different chipset variations, the tipster said, along with 128GB worth of built-in UF 2.0 internal storage capacity. An S-Pen was also tipped, though that part is already expected for a Galaxy Note device. A 12 megapixels worth of camera with a Super Optical Image Stabilization Plus technology is expected, too.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is said to be launching in Europe.