Technology experts are hoping for a landmark change in upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6 design. It is expected that this time after the success of Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, the Korean company is now testing it’s two models in the lab. Samsung Galaxy Note 6 and Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Ege.
Thus, as far as the styling of the screen and SD card support is concerned, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is moving closer to the S7 and S7 Edge. But that is not a big deal as previously Note 5 battery proved to be not better than what fans expected. In Samsung Galaxy Note 6, the Historical Note series battery edge will return.
For the first time, in Note 5, the battery was made non-removable, this will be reportedly same in Samsung Galaxy Note 6, but the addition will be to its capacity which will rise from 3000 mAh to a whopping 4,000mAh.
That should be enough to make it one of the long lasting phones around which could offer at least three days use with normal usage and may be 4 with somewhat very careful usage pattern and appropriate settings.
In other aspects, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be similar to the Galaxy S7, like the QHD screen resolution, Snapdragon 820, 12-megapixel primary camera, and even IP68 dust/waterproof rating.
In the industry, Samsung is a little ahead of its competitor – Apple, which is expected to launch iPhone 7 with a dual-lens camera and waterproof body. Samsung’s chief rival is experiencing a slowdown in sales, a drop in revenue, and overall perception is that Apple is weak these days.
With an early success of S7 and S7 Edge, Samsung has a golden opportunity to get an earlier advantage on its competitor with the successful launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 6 and Note 6 Edge.
A 5.8 or 5.9-inch screen might be a motivation for some, but it can be otherwise as Apple apparently lost its customers who were sticking to it because of a small screen. 5.8 or 6-inch screens do not come at the same price; they want bulk from customer pocket.
However in countries like Pakistan, mere specs are not enough to compel customers for a replacement. Decisions are made based on balance, maybe a compromise, between features, price, and whether the new model significantly overshadows its predecessor enough to justify a replacement.
It seems that Samsung at this point is trying to beat its competitors in specs. Usability shall be a concern too as it is not clear that what will be the use of 6 GB RAM because the Android system and apps are not designed to use that much RAM. It could be a compelling feature if somehow, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 could run some PC apps for better justifying that much RAM.
However, the picture is not that bleak and black. Let us wait for the launch. Samsung knows to cover extra miles.