With rumours circulating that Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 5 earlier than expected (around mid-August, in fact), more details of the upcoming flagship have been leaked. According to a very credible source, the Note 5 is confirmed to feature 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM.
This bit of information comes from the folks over at SamMobile, who have been very accurate with their reporting in the past. The fact that more and more smartphones are equipped with 4GB of RAM is an interesting trend, seeing how it was only earlier this year smartphones with such amount of RAM started appearing. Chances are, 4GB of RAM would be the de facto standard for future flagship devices.
In any case, according to previous report, the Galaxy Note 5 will feature a 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 resolution Super AMOLED display and a new octa-core Exynos 7422 processor from Samsung itself. SamMobile also reported that the Note 5 will feature a glass back (much like the Samsung Galaxy S6 duo) and wireless charging as well.
As expected, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is set to be the best flagship phablet the Korean giant has ever launched. At least, based on specifications alone. The Note 5 is rumoured to be unveiled around mid-August along with the new Samsung Galaxy S6 edge Plus, which is a bigger variant of the S6 edge.