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The Galaxy Note 5: Everything You Need to Know Right Now

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Alleged Galaxy Note 5 Photos Emerge

Alleged Galaxy Note 5 Photos Emerge

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 itself has yet to leak out but we continue to see alleged Galaxy Note 5 photos showcase what could be the device's design. 

GSMArena has released supposed Galaxy Note 5 renders from a case maker and they depict a large, thin device that closely resembles the Galaxy S6. The device is flat and it doesn't come with a curved screen like the one on the Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge. It also looks like it will include a glass back, something that other reports assert will be the case

We also see a slot for the S Pen, the device's bundled stylus, and we also have a solid read on the design's precise dimensions. The Galaxy Note 5 will apparently measure 153.3mm x 76.1mm x 7.9mm. That means that it will be much thinner than the Galaxy Note 4. 

While it's easy to dismiss these photos, we've seen case manufacturers release accurate renders and molds in the past. While they might not be exact, there's a good chance that these photos accurately depict the Galaxy Note 5 design. 

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Cunnelson

    07/14/2015 at 5:50 pm

    It was so disappointing to know that Samsung take away the best features on their phones like removable battery and micro sd card, im sure that most of their customers switch to other rival brands one of those was myself-(.

  2. WalterJK

    07/15/2015 at 3:46 pm

    No removable battery or micro is a deal killer for me.

  3. Mahaila

    07/20/2015 at 10:48 pm

    I agree with the other two comments – remove able battery and micro SD are two of the best features. Bad choices Samsung. If I am going to get an I-phone wannabe – I might as well get the real thing!

    • Cunnelson

      07/20/2015 at 10:58 pm

      Youre absolutely right bro☺

  4. Andreas

    07/28/2015 at 12:10 pm

    I hate this talk about premium design.
    Plastic is stronger, less brittle, and more expensive than aluminium.

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