Samsung seems to be changing its strategy in beating its rival Apple as it will avoid battling head on with Apple devices in the fall.
According to Samsung-centric website SamMobile, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 release will happen in July, instead in September. For the past years, Samsung has been using the IFA event in Berlin, Germany as its launching platform for the Galaxy Note series. The South Korean tech company usually holds a media event a day or two before the conference.
According to reports, Samsung is looking into releasing its phablet in summer, which is actually better than fall release window as there are fewer competitions, especially the much anticipated Apple device.
Samsung Galaxy Note 6 aims to help the company in recovering from the downward trend of the sales, according to Android Origin. This can be attributed to Galaxy Note 5?s lackluster performance in the market. The phablet was note well-received by consumers in comparison with its predecessors. Some buyers say that little improvements were incorporated in the device prompting fewer sales.
Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy Note 6 features will most probably include the following: 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display, 4 GB or 6GB RAM, 128 GB of internal storage, a 12 MP main camera and something that will be clad in a metal case. It will include an all-new Stylus Pen with possible changes to the overall design.
In addition, The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 could come out with the fingerprint security feature though that may change if the company opts to go with Qualcomm Sense ID. The phablet will come with Android N operating system out-of-the-box making it the first Samsung device to run with the said software.
However, there is no official statement from the South Korean tech giant yet.