Saturday, 30 April 2016

Samsung could Introduce two Variants of Galaxy Note 6 with IR Autofocus feature

The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is the next big thing or ill say is bit a Huge with long life battery and vivid Display. According to reports, the expected update to Samsung’s range of phablet devices may be more than many fans are hoping for.

As per Reports are coming in that Samsung is testing out two designs, a regular flat screened Note 6, and a curved screen Galaxy Note 6 Edge. This matches the S7 family make-up, but also matches Samsung’s previous designs.

What is clear is that the design of the Note 6 is moving closer to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge with the styling of the screen and features such as microSD support set to return, which is the most demanding feature in Galaxy users.

The Note range has always been known for its excellent battery life, but that took a double hit last year when Samsung reduced the capacity of the Note 5 battery as well as making it non-removable. The latter is unlikely to return, but its capacity is said to jump from 3,000mAh to a whopping 4,000mAh. That should be enough to make it one of the longest lasting phones around.

An engineer from Samsung commented on Galaxy Note 6 camera, Samsung is doing internal testing on Galaxy Note 6 prototypes with infrared-based autofocus on the main camera. The presence of infrared autofocus means that the camera will be able to focus much better in low light, as well as having an easier time finding lifeforms on camera by relying on the presence of body heat, rather than a face detector tuned only to humans. Units are also being tested with the excellent super-close aperture camera from the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, which is currently the best smartphone camera that money can buy.

If we talk about its specification, the next Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will arrive with a 5.8" Slim RGB AMOLED display with 1440 x 2560 resolution and 1024 pressure points. When it comes to chipsets, the Note 6 will arrive with "two SoC solutions," likely both Snapdragon and Exynos variations, just like the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are supposed to be and mammoth 6GB of Ram.

As far as storage goes, it appears that Samsung is doing 64GB and 128GB models here with microSD card slot this time around just like Samsung Galaxy S7 series. As far pricing goes which goes too farr for Rs 46,000 ($700)