So far, we've heard that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will come with 6GB of RAM, a 5.8-inch touchscreen (presumably keeping the QHD resolution), a 12 MP rear camera, and 64 or 128GB of storage (maybe even 256GB).
And now a new piece of the puzzle is reportedly revealed. According to a new report, the Note 6 will be IP68 certified. That means it will be dust tight and just as water resistant as the Galaxy S7 - being able to withstand submerging into up to 1.5m of water for up to 30 minutes.
The phone could also sport an iris scanner, as revealed earlier today by an intriguing import into India. Unlike its predecessor, the Note5, the new Note-series member will thankfully be sold in Europe from day one. The handset could be unveiled as early as June, according to speculation from certain analysts. Then again, Samsung might also stick with its traditional schedule for Note launches and announce it in late August or early September. It's too early to be sure at this point.
Note series handsets are really very sucessfull. As far as specification being upgraded will improve the reliablity on the series abd will stay in the market for the coming many years. This really a excellent option for professional.
Wow what logic, the stylus is pretty important (used or not) since it's the only thing that truly makes it a Note device and separates it from the rest of the herd, otherwise it's just another Galaxy phone with a bit better specs.