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Author: Shaikh Rafia

We have finally come so close to the launch of the iPhone 6s duo and Samsung’s beloved Note 5 smartphones. It may still be more than a couple of months to the actual release date, but we are certainly entering into that pre-release rumor-quarter. Expect the onslaught of leaks, rumors and analysts’ predictions as we inch towards September. Today comes another leak surrounding Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

Galaxy note 5 features

Galaxy Note 5 features USB Type-C:

This latest Galaxy Note 5 rumor claims that the device will feature USB Type-C port making it the first from Samsung to support faster data transfer. Type-C connector is the trendiest feature right now making the connector being able to plug at any side – similar to Apple‘s Lightning port.

USB Type-C port is also famous for allowing streaming of 4K videos smoothly and of course, the fast charging capabilities are a no hidden secret. Type-C offers 10 Gbps transfer rate which is double of the usual USB 3.0 port. Data transfers and charging both get super fast with the port making it one of the most wanted feature of the year.

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While Samsung Galaxy Note 5 feature might not include a 4K display – as many have alleged – the device is certainly going to get fast UFS 2.0 internal storage technology that debuted with the popular Samsung Galaxy S6 duo earlier this year. Here are some of the rumored Note 5 features:

  • Codenamed Project Noble
  • Featuring a 5.9-inch 2K or 4K Super AMOLED flat display
  • Thinner 7.9mm frame
  • USB Type-C port
  • Octa core, Exynos 7422 processing chip
  • Auto-Eject S Pen
  • 4,100 mAh battery

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is expected to be released in September with Samsung Pay as was confirmed by Sammy executive. The launch will happen in Berlin at IFA 2015.

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