The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is still a couple of months away but rumors are swirling like crazy for the Korean company’s next phablet device. The latest are alleged blueprint leaks which somehow depict what the next Samsung phablet will look like.
The blueprint leaks show the supposed Samsung Galaxy Note 6 bearing a close resemblance to the current Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge that measures about 53.5mm x 73.9mm x 7.9mm.
Aside from that, the images show the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 coming with a USB-C port, potentially making it the first Samsung device to make use of the technology over the traditional USB ports.
Though fairly similar, the Stylus Pen that the Samsung Galaxy Note line carries. Another feature up for debate is the display screen size. From the photos, it seems to hint at the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 sporting either a 5.7 or 5.8 inch size along with some notable sensors.
With regards to the type of display the phablet will sport, it is widely anticipated as well that the Galaxy Note 6 will come with a curved display, another feature that is tied up to the Samsung Galaxy S7.
The sensors could confirm the much talked about feature where the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will reportedly sport an iris scanner, another first for Samsung if the feature is indeed included.
Aside from the features that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will have to offer, there is another topic up for debate until now. This has something to do with the official brand name of the said phablet.
Though it seems logical to see it named as the Samsung Galaxy Note 6, there are some who believe that Samsung may jump a notch and call it the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The reason behind the jump is to align the phablet with the latest devices (i.e. Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge) plus perhaps a superstitious belief tied up to the number “7”.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is expected to make its debut this August before Apple unveils its much awaited iPhone 7 flagship.