Monday, 23 May 2016

Jesi Max

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Features To Watch Out For

If Apple has iPhone 7, then Samsung has Galaxy Note 6. Although you cannot compare the two, there is no denying that the Samsung v. Apple war have been raging on and on.


International Business Times reports that Samsung’s upcoming next-generation device, dubbed as the Galaxy Note 6, could be a game-changer for the company if reports are anything to go by. The device is expected to be not just an upgraded version of its predecessor the Galaxy Note 5 but could come with a few unique features. A Galaxy Club report says that Samsung has “filed for registering the Samsung Iris and Samsung Eyeprint trademarks in the European Union,” giving a clear hint that the feature could be seen in the upcoming Galaxy Note 6. Another interesting feature that is speculating around the web is a foldable Stylus Pen. Patently Mobile writes that the new pen is about a mechanism where a user can pull out the S Pen, bend it halfway and lock it to turn it into a stand.

The patent application was filed in the third quarter of 2015, which means the technology could have been developed by now for use. Samsung is tight-lipped on it, but it is speculated that the feature could be introduced in the Galaxy Note 6. Samsung is working on a feature called Samsung Focus which is similar to BlackBerry’s Hub app seen in the BlackBerry 10 OS. It could be used in the upcoming Galaxy Note 6 according to the same report.


IBT also adds that the Galaxy Note 6 will sport a 5.8-inch display with 2,560×1,440 pixels, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 processor, and come packed with a 64GB/128GB internal memory, and a 6GB RAM. It is expected to mount the same camera seen in the Galaxy S7 12MP main camera with features like f/1.7 aperture, 26mm, OIS, 1/2.6″ sensor size and 1.4 ┬Ám pixel size, and a 5MP front-snapper with f/1.7 aperture.

Whether these features are worth the wait, it’s up for the tech savvy consumers to decide.

Jesi Max

About Jesi Max -

A writer and entrepreneur who works on the marketing and strategy side of fashion. In particular, her writing and professional work focuses on the art of narrative marketing and branding as it applies to fashion and luxury. She also is the author of TheStyleClash.com, a new blog that looks at fashion from an intellectual perspective.

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