Samsung Galaxy Note 5 tipped to feature 4GB RAM

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If the latest word from tech blog SamMobile is to be believed, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is shaping up to be a real contender in the high-end smartphone segment. According to a source familiar with the matter, the next Samsung flagship will reportedly include a whopping 4GB of LP-DDR4 RAM attached to the company’s own Exynos 7422 processor.

There are phones with 4GB of RAM already on the market, of course, so it shouldn’t surprise you at all that Samsung is planning to bring the Galaxy Note line up to speed with the latest in smartphone technology.

It is said that LP-DDR4 RAM brings improved multitasking capabilities and consumes less power than previous-generation memory modules. That’s good to hear, especially considering the many multitasking options available on previous Galaxy Note models.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will reportedly feature 4GB of LP-DDR4 RAM, which brings improved multitasking capabilities and consumes less power than previous-generation memory modules.

Previously, SamMobile reported that the next Galaxy Note will sport a 5.67-inch Super AMOLED screen with Quad HD resolution and will follow in the Galaxy S6’s footsteps by moving away from the Note 4’s plastic back, opting instead for a glass rear panel. Wireless charging is also said to be included in the package.

Samsung has yet to confirm a launch date for the Galaxy Note 5, but rumors suggest that the company will unveil the handset alongside a curved variant as early as August to preempt the release of the new iPhones.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 leaked renders courtesy of Steve Hemmerstoffer


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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 12 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.