- Oct 6, 2011
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When the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge released a few months ago loyal Samsung customers were mostly infuriated to find that the devices did not include a removable battery or sdcard slot. Sometimes this is the cost of design innovation. We are constantly screaming for a more premium device, and Samsung delivered but at the cost of the removable battery and micro sdcard slot. There is now a report saying that the Note 5 may come with an Sdcard slot!
The source found a document from Sprint which gives specs for the Galaxy Note 5 model number SM-N920P. It shows the device as having 32 GB of on board storage and shows the word "yes" next to "external memory slot". This would be able to support 128GB of storage. The document also states the phone will launch with Android 5.1 Lollipop and the same 5mp and 16mp cameras found on the Galaxy S6. The document also states that the device will come with a QuadHD display. This could all be smoke and mirrors. It wouldn't seem logical for Samsung to go this route, but I would be happy if they did.