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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Launch Date, Killer Specs, Base Price: 5.9’ Display, 4K Resolution, 20MP Camera, 4,000mAh Battery, VR Headset, Exynos 7420 Chipset, And More

March 30
8:34 AM 2015

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is slated to come out in September 2015 and the world tech is in fuzz and frenzy of what the phablet will bring in. Will it go over the top of Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge's killer features? See how the device goes around the web-its display, processor, camera, battery, price, and more.

Galaxy Note 5 is expected to sport a 4K resolution and a giant 5.9-inch display. Galaxy Note 4 vies against LG's G3 phablet in the best screen display of 2014. Note 4 uses super AMOLED technology and a Quad HD display. A 4K resolution is a cutting-edge feature for a smartphone device.

Samsung seems to make equal fare with Apple's Touch ID. With the help of a Retina scanner, Note 5 is expected to beef up its security standards. Retina scanner will have a fingerprint sensor, a first time for a Samsung smartphone. The phablet is also reported to be powered by the Exynos 7420 chipset and an 8GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. However, Note 5 might also rock a 20nm Qualcomm chip, Snapdragon 810.

As Apple is reported to feature a breakthrough three-sensor camera lens, Samsung is expected to step inside the battle ground. According to analysts, Note 5 will have the first ever 20-megapixel camera in Samsung devices. Its front shooter is said to be 5MP.

A battery improvement, meanwhile, is highly expected as a 4K resolution will use up too much battery life. Analysts report that a 4K resolution will need a 4,000mAh battery for an efficient performance. Possibly too, wireless charging might be used in note 5 as it already came out with Galaxy S6.

Galaxy Note 5 has also been declared by the team behind the upcoming PC Oculus Rift VR projects to "feature specific functionality intended to make it a companion to this virtual reality headset."

Galaxy Note 5 will cost around $900 to $1000. Anything has not been made official by Samsung until now.

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