Samsung Galaxy Note 5 going to be launch, after its previous versions Galaxy Note 3 and Note 4 as a South Korean tech giant seeks to revitalize sales after a lethargic second quarter.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5

The world’s top smartphone maker, Samsung will launch a new version of its Galaxy Note phablet in mid-August, the person said, declining to be acknowledged due to the compassion of the stuff. Previous versions such as the Note 3 and 4 were typically launched in September.

The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this week that the launch in mid-August would probably the new Note smartphone model place in the market further on of opponent Apple’s next iPhones. The US Company is planning for its major initial production sprint for new phones so far by the end of the year.

Samsung is looking for a bounce back from unsatisfactory 2014 when its annual profit hit a three-year low as smartphone income dropping. Though Samsung’s income are getting better, its second-quarter guidance of a 6.9 trillion won ($6.11 billion) operating profit fell short of market prospects subsequent a supply shortage for the curved screen version of its flagship Galaxy S6 smartphone.

HDC Asset Management fund manager Park Jung-hoon said that he do not know how much the earlier launch will help boost the company’s average selling price for smartphones, but this suggests that Samsung will work hard to maintain its market share for the high-end market.

The Samsung Galaxy Note will include the following features:

Screen size: about 5.7 -5.9 inches

RAM: 4.5 GB or 5 GB

Processor: 64-bit

Camera: primary 21 MP while secondary camera about 5-6 MP

Memory capacity: it is in two variants i.e. 32 GB and 64 GB, which could be expanded up to 128 GB using the SD card.

Operating system:  Android L or above

Battery: 4000mAh

Price: Rs.60, 000-65,000 (approx) or $1000-$1150(USD)

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