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Here's a hot Samsung rumor to start off your Monday morning with a bang! Supposedly, Sammy may be planning to unveil the Galaxy Note 5 as early as July in an effort to "steal thunder" from Apple's launch of the iPhone 6S in the fall. Apparently, the Galaxy Note 5 is ahead of schedule in its development phase, so Samsung could be looking to take advantage of that by getting a jump on their biggest competitor.
We even have a few supposedly leaked details regarding the new device. The source of this intel claims the display will be 5.89 inches for the regular Note 5, and 5.78 inches for a Note 5 Edge. Additionally, these displays will take things to a whole new level of resolution with 3840x2160 UltraHD, which will result in a mind-blowing (although arguably useless) 700 pixels per inch.
The rumors also indicate a Samsung Exynos chipset, but in order to push that many pixels with decent performance it will probably need to be a next-generation SoC. Finally, this same source claims the batter could be as big as 4100mAh. Overall, we are taking this rumor with a healthy dose of skepticism, so stay tuned for further future details.
Here's our Samsung Galaxy Note 5 section for further discussion: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Android Forum at DroidForums.net