All the phablet lovers are searching for the Note 6 release date throughout the internet. There are a lot of reports about it. While most of them are false, some of the recent rumors look to be really true.
In this article, you will find what the reports of the top online publications think about the Note 6 release date.
Parent Herald Predicts the Note 6 Release Date to be Put in July 2016
Parent Herald, one of the leading tech websites, has published an article on the release date of the upcoming phablet. It says that while many of the reports claim the revelation to take place in August, the release date might be shifted earlier. In fact, the release might take in July 2016. In addition to the Note 6 release date, it also mentions several of its key features. It states that the device will be powered by the Exynos 8890 chip. It will have the massive 6 GB RAM. With the 3700 mAh battery, the device will be able to last significantly longer than the current version. Similar to the recently released Galaxy S7, the device is said to feature the 12-MP primary camera and 5-MP secondary camera. But both of them will be able to take stunning shots.
Christian Times Expects Samsung to Go with an Earlier Note 6 Release Date
Christian Times, one of the top rated news websites, has revealed its thoughts about the release date through a recent article. It discusses about the possibility of seeing the release in August. As the current generation Galaxy Note 5 had been released in the same month last year, there is always a possibility of seeing the same thing happening for the upcoming phablet. However, similar to the Parent Herald, the report claims that the Korean tech giant might go with an earlier release date. More specifically, it states that the release might take in July 2016. In addition to the Note 6 release date, the report also states about the return of the IP68 feature. That means, the device will be waterproof and dustproof.
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