Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specs leaked with 6GB RAM by a CPU-Z Screenshot

Samsung is currently working on their next Note series device, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 which could be packed with some powerful specs compared to its predecessors. Today, a leak revealed by a Samsung Executive shows up some specs for the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 smartphone from a CPU-Z benchmark screenshot. The information shows up along with the screenshot carries a model number SM-N930, while the Galaxy Note 5 which has been launched earlier 2015 was tagged as SM-N930.

According to the CPU-Z results, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will feature a 5.77 inches display, having QHD resolution. The device could be powered with the Samsung’s very own Exynos 8890 SoC under its hood, which is currently moulded up with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge devices. Interestingly, it is rumored to have a 6GB of RAM. If it is, it would be the second most smartphone to feature 6GB RAM after Chinese smartphone Vivo XPlay 5.


Samsung Galaxy Note 6 may follow the design structure of Galaxy S7, yes, the same design what we seen in Galaxy Note 5 too, but would be more thicker than its predecessor. The device will be juiced up with a 3,700mAh battery to powers up the device. First time in Galaxy Note series, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 to feature IP68 based Water proofing technology which acts completely against dust too. As the device had entered into the development stage, now it is preloaded with Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. But there is more probability for Android N to be shipped with Galaxy Note 6, if it would be available at the moment.

The device was rumored to have codenamed internally as ‘Grace’ on Saturday, along with the model numbers for the different carrier variants – Verizon (SM-N930U_NA_VZW), AT&T (SM-N930U_NA_ATT), T-Mobile (SM-N930U_NA_TMB) and Sprint (SM-N930U_NA_SPR).

The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is expected to come on or just after the official launch of Android N and there would be more awesome specs included. Stay tuned !


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