The Galaxy Note 5's new S Pen features get shown off in this latest leak
Samsung has already scheduled an unpacked event for August 13 in which we will possible see the launch of both the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 edge+ and all that we can do now is patiently wait for the day itself. Well, the leaks in the tech industry do not stop and DroidLife has obtained several images of Samsung's new Galaxy Note 5 phablet.
The device looks to be a an actual retail device with the new software preloaded on to the device as well as the posh new hardware that the Galaxy Note 5 is expected to have. As you can see from the images, this device has a subtly curved back and the sides of the device is lined up with aluminum to give the Galaxy Note 5 that premium look and feel.
Also there doesn't seem to be an opening for a microSD card slot but it looks like Samsung has included two noise cancelling microphones on the top of the device. From the images we can also clearly see the new S Pen which looks to be constructed out of metal?
Besides that, this is probably the first time we're seeing actual software on screen and besides the bubbly looking icons, we also have a glimpse at the new Air Command window which apparently can now be customized with third party applications.
Just remember that Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Note 5 in a special Unapcked event late next week in NYC and expect to see the Galaxy Note 5 arrive in Malaysia by the end of the month given it's recent sighting in the SIRIM database.
ORIGINAL SOURCE: DROID LIFE