With merely a couple of months to go until Samsung is due to unveil the Galaxy Note 5 there’s already a lot of anticipation regarding this handset, there have been many rumors and reports about its specifications but nothing substantial came up regarding the design and that changes today. A video has been published online which shows off 3D renders of the Galaxy Note 5 giving us our first proper look yet at what could possibly be the next Galaxy Note handset from Samsung.
The 3D CAD renderings have been compiled into a video by infamous Twitter leaker @onleaks who claims the source this was obtained from to be “80%” reliable. The video does makes some interesting revelations, for starters the Galaxy Note 5 borrows design cues from the Galaxy S6, it more or less looks like a flipped S6 with obviously large dimensions due to the larger display. There doesn’t appear to be a USB Type-C port as previously reported and it looks like this time around the S Pen would eject automatically from the device, we already know Samsung has a patent to make this work.
On track to be unveiled at IFA 2015 in September the Galaxy Note 5 is expected to feature a 2K or 4K 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display, an octa-core Exynos 7422 processor, S Pen and perhaps a 3100mAh battery.