Renders of Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 design leaked through credible sources
It looks like not only Apple is having problems fixing their leaky sinks. Just a week after an album full of iPhone 6S images appear, Samsung's own Galaxy Note 5 makes it's way to the masses months before it's release. As usual, the brand new Galaxy Note will be unveiled during IFA 2015 in Berlin (4-9 Sept 2015) and we've seen no indication that Samsung plans to unveil it on any other day.
Here's your very first look at the #Samsung #GalaxyNote5 ! Fresh from my "Leaky Foxconn Server" (LOL)... https://t.co/GqDaUcIVWj— OnLeaks (@OnLeaks) July 6, 2015
Well, on to today's leaks. According to the source, this is straight from the factories and these designs are 80% accurate meaning that Samsung is nearly ready to mass produce these devices in time for a release in late September. Not surprising, these designs look a lot like the Galaxy S6 from earlier this year and Samsung is known to base designs off the Galaxy S flagship of the year.
From these renders, we can see that the Galaxy Note 5 will be featuring a unibody design and the removable back looks near impossible with this setup. Which means we might very well bid farewell to the removable battery and also a microSD card slot.
The camera setup on the back looks identical to that of the Galaxy S6 and the only visual change is on the bottom where the S Pen silo will sit.