Tons of Storage
It looks like Samsung might opt to shift its Galaxy Note design language to a premium build like the one found on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. If that happens, we might see the company wipe out the microSD card slot and removable battery.
There's already speculation that a Galaxy Note 5 microSD card slot is dead in the water. If that's the case, and it could be, we'd hope that Samsung offers several Galaxy Note storage options in the United States and elsewhere. Galaxy Note variants have always been limited in the U.S. but they've also always had expandable storage.
If this does happen, we'd expect to see a lineup that matches the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. That means 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB in addition to cloud storage. 16GB of internal storage simply isn't enough for a media-oriented device like the Galaxy Note.
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