Samsung Galaxy Note 6 was announced earlier this month to have a “Lite” version that should have a 4GB RAM. Before now, the device has been speculated to come with 6GB RAM and there seems to be some credence to this claim. Recent developments has shown that the next Galaxy Note will indeed come with 6 gigabytes of random access memory.
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Well, this may not be a ground-breaking feature as several devices in the market already sport this amount of RAM. Vernee Apollo
and LeEco Le Max 2
are just two of the devices already with 6GB RAM. Samsung has already debuted its 10nm 6GB DRAM module in China and it is very likely the Note 6 will come with it. However, Samsung has other features planned for the upcoming device that should make it a worthy upgrade for those using the Note 5 already.
Samsung Iris and Samsung Eyeprint
Samsung has been rumored to be importing “iris cam” into India and this has fueled another rumor that the Galaxy Note 6 will cone with an iris scanner. Just today, Samsung filed two patents that give further hints that the Korean company may be going big on biometrics in its next flagship device.
Samsung Iris and Samsung Eyeprint gives further proof that you may be able to unlock the device with just your eyes but then, we are not sure this technology will be fully ready to be implemented on Samsung Galaxy Note 6.
For now, very little is know about the technical specifications but it’s likely to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 823, a 5.8-inch screen and a 4000mAh battery