Samsung’s Galaxy Note series is a much-loved line up and the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 has seen its fair share of leaks lately. However, this time around, the Galaxy Note 5 bares all in a new leak which leaves almost nothing to your imagination.
The new leak comes courtesy a Reddit user and includes full shots of the upcoming Note 5 and even pictures of the box with its specs.
Samsung has clearly gone ahead with the same design it used for the new Galaxy S6 lineup, which according to many, took inspiration from Apple’s iPhone 6.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Box with SpecsIf these box shots are accurate (they most likely are), we don’t need more leaks about the specs because the box confirms the specs leaked by Evleaks earlier.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be powered by a 64-bit Octa-core processor (which Evleaks claims will be a Exynos 7420 chip) and 4 GB RAM. The display is 5.7 inches in size and the two cameras are 16 MP and 5 MP for the rear and front respectively.
Evleaks also claimed that the new Note will not support expandable storage and that appears to be true, at least for the standard version. There are however rumors that a dual-sim version of the Galaxy Note 5 may also come with a microSD card slot.
Recent reports also refuted earlier rumors that the Galaxy Note 5 would have an auto-eject stylus but this latest leak reveals that the S-pen stylus would feature a push-pop mechanism where you would have to push it to spring it open and then pull it out manually for use.
The leak also featured high definition images of the Note 5, where the design influences from the Galaxy S6 lineup are clearly visible.
The Galaxy Note 5 also has the same curved back shared by the Galaxy S6 Edge, which is prone to smudges and fingerprints.
The leak also featured images of the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, which is expected to come with the same specs as its older sibling, except for 4 GB RAM.
We don’t think more leaks for the Galaxy Note 5 are needed, and Samsung will be officially unveiling the device soon. Meanwhile, has the new Note been able to hold your attention?
We’d love to know what you want from the Galaxy Note 5 and whether you feel the design change and upgrade specs merit a move from the Galaxy Note 4.