Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be the Massive Hit

In 2016 the Galaxy S7 EDGE+ is allegedly being ditched to be replaced by the Galaxy Note 6 which reports suggest is coming for the UK in August. Here’s an extract from your source of what is this great, Tech Radar: “Samsung doesn’t have a plans to release Galaxy S8 Edge+ handset all of which will instead reinstate the Galaxy Note 6 since the brand’s chief phablet inside the UK. That’s based on a source high up at on the list of UK’s major networks that cited a ‘backlash from loyal Note fans’ as one of several chief factors behind the reverse decision.”

Samsung can also be expected to reinstate micro SD using the Galaxy Note 6, as fans on the series has already been disappointed having its exclusion in the past releases. As Samsung has restored micro SD with all the recent release in the Galaxy S7, it can be highly likely that will be repeated with all the launch of the premium phablet.

Considering the existing trend of increasingly bigger smartphone screens, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 could go beyond its predecessors and sport a straight larger display. Samsung was this started this entire trend to start with, in the event it launched the main Galaxy Note many years back.

Samsung carries a habit of surprising people with all the specs of the devices, often exceeding what even analysts believe can be done for smartphones inside the contemporary climate. And it truly is perhaps the memory specifications from the Galaxy Note 6 who have opened probably the most eyes within the buildup towards the release on the device.

The company kept the display size of that last three Galaxy Note iterations at 5.7 inches, however the next generation Galaxy Note 6 could boast a rather larger 5.8-inch display which has a QHD resolution (2,560 x 1,440 pixels).

Samsung’s 2016 is away and off to a better start, however, with excellent pre-order numbers for your company’s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 EDGE.

During the pre-order period, which started within hours with the device’s launch on 21st February and concluded on March 10th, sales for your new Galaxy S7 and S7 edge were at the least 2.five times greater than the ones from any other previous Galaxy device from the UK. In the initial two days of pre-order, Carphone Warehouse reported a 200% uplift in pre-orders to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, compared using the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge.

With virtual reality happening more often, Samsung recently joined the party featuring its Gear VR headset. The company is offering the Gear VR being a free accessory to Galaxy S7 and S7 edge preorder customers plus it would make sense to integrate the headset using the upcoming Galaxy Note 6 likewise.