It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be coming with a huge upgrade. How do we know? Recently, Model number SM-N920V has undergone a benchmark test on the Geekbench site. Yesterday, the Verizon version of the Note 5 was caught doing a couple of test. The V at the end of the model number revealed that it was the Verizon version.
The benchmark test leaked some pretty juicy specs. Under the hood of the Note 5, you will find Samsung’s own Exynos 7420 8 core processor on a 64-bit SoC with 4GB of RAM. This could possibly be the first smartphone with 4GB of RAM coming to the states. It is also important to know that this test was done by a Note 5 that was running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is expected to be unveiled before August is out. However, we should already have a pretty good idea what the device is going to look like. Expect the Note 5 to have the same characteristics of the S6. The Note 5 will have a battery sealed shut, no more expandable memory, and it will likely start at 32 GB of memory. Expect a September release date as the device is expected to launch early.