Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Step in with USB 3.1 Type C

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is the most awaited Galaxy Device of the year in the Samsung trend list and all Samsung lovers are desperately waiting for the device to hit the floors. This latest flagship from Samsung is expected to be quite rich in features and is supposed to be superior than the this year released popular Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Smartphone devices. What’s expected by many, the forthcoming flagship from Samsung will support a 2K or 4K Super AMOLED display, 3 GB of RAM, 64-bit octa-core Exynos 7422 processor, and a 4,100 mAh battery. But what are going to be the exact specs of the device, will be known only after the handset sees the light of the day.

But the most trending news about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 phablet is that it’s about to be surfaced with the brand new advanced USB Type-C port which is going to be double faster than the standard USB 3.0 port, commonly used in the other Galaxy devices. It’s not only superior in quality but it transfer data at a multiplied pace up to 10Gbps. Besides, while the USB 3.0 port provides up to 5 volts and 1.8 amps of power, in comparison the USB 3.1 provides 20 volts and 5 amps of power. And interestingly you don’t have to find out find out the right way to plug in the USB cable since the USB 3.1 is very reversible. So you can connect your device on any side.

Recently during a conference with the Samsung investors, the Company’s Executive VP Injong Rhee ensured that the most awaited Galaxy Note 5 is going to be surfaced in September. Of course we don’t know if he accidentally informed that or intentionally. But we can end up with the idea that the device is going to land in September IFA 2015 Berlin tech fair, the very month in which Samsung generally reveals its brand new Smartphones. The other better news is that while Google is geared up to launch the next version of Android (Android M) most probably in October this year, so the galaxy Note 5 will have the opportunity to get upgraded to the newest Android M OS.

Then what more you expect from Samsung to integrate in the forthcoming Galaxy Note 5? If you think that you have some more info on the device, then you can share your ideas with us.

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