Review on Galaxy Note 6

All the tech buffs have a reason to rejoice now as the tentative launch date of Samsung’s latest magnum opus Galaxy note 6 has been fitted somewhere in August, September or October apparently.


The specifications of this masterpiece are expected to be rife with beefy and transcendent features. This spec will prevent millions from suffering the unfortunate dropping of their phone from bending over. Also, for the first time, Samsung will include an all-in-one chip in the phone that contains all the phone’s data, memory, and storage. The paradigm shift in this model is rumored to be extremely commanding. it’s aboriginally tipped that we’ll see a 6-inch 4K/UHD display, which seems absurd for a Smartphone – but this is the Note, after all. There is back fence talk of Samsung using a split strategy for its Smartphone processors: different chips for different markets. It’s believed that that the Galaxy Note 6 will run on a custom-built Exynos 8890 in the East Asia market. However, western markets would get a Galaxy Note 6 that boasts Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 820 SoC. There’s also talk that Samsung will opt for a huge 6GB RAM module in the Galaxy Note 6 which is an impressive amount of memory for a Smartphone and would surely prove to be a never-failing and enduring bet for its niche set of customers. The memory is reckoned to carry a capacity of  32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB as to be the same in Galaxy S8. They both will give a very tough competition to iPhone 8 as well.

However, Samsung might also include its UFS 2.0 memory chips in the Galaxy Note 6 which would definitely get its users into the groove. Amongst its numerous magnanimous specifications there is also talk of a 20-megapixel rear-facing camera on the Galaxy Note 6 which would hold good to the ever so famous Samsung’s quality heritage. The quality of pictures and the need for cameras that support fast moving snapshots is something that is a transition from professional cameras to mobile phone cameras. With Note 6, you will be able to lock and capture high speed moving animals, people and objects besides shooting 4K videos. Let’s hope our expectations will be met in Note 6. Unfortunately, we haven’t heard of front-facing camera thus far, but stay tuned.

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