Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Latest Rumors, News, Release Date & Update: Upcoming Smartphone Will Be Out Earlier Than Expected? All-New Specs Revealed!

By Luis Vincent Gochoco , Updated Jun 05, 2016 09:30 AM EDT

Rumors regarding Samsung's newest flagship for its Galaxy Note line, the Galaxy Note 6, is currently spreading online. According to reports, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will have an earlier that expected release date in Aug. 3 2016. 

A lot of rumors regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 release date

Earlier this year, there was already a rumor that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be released in late August based on the fact that this year's IFA will be held on Sept 2. However, famous tipster Evan Blass has reported that the release of the popular Galaxy line will be earlier than that. 

It was reported that the new release date for Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be August 3, which is not far off from last year's release for the Galaxy Note 5 which is August 13. If you do keep track of Samsung release history though, they don't religiously follow a release pattern. 

Take for example, the Galaxy S7 was released a month earlier. Even the said Galaxy Note 5 was two months in advance from its predecessor's release date. 

More details about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6

Past reports regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is that it will have a 5.8-inch screen paired with the newest Snapdragon 823 chip from Qualcomm. It would also pack a 64GB  internal storage capacity and whopping 6GB  of RAM. 

As for the camera, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is rumored to have the same technology as the Galaxy S7. BRITECELL Technology should the phone get better images during low light situations. The Galaxy Note 6 will sport a 12mp main camera and a 5mp front facing camera just like it's little brother the Galaxy S7. 

Are you excited for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 6? Which one do you think is better, the Galaxy S7 Edge or the Galaxy Note 6? Share us your thoughts in the comment section below. 

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