Samsung working on Galaxy Note 6 Lite smartphone
While most people stare at the latest Galaxy S7 smartphone by Samsung, the Korean company is working on a new flagship phablet called Galaxy Note 6 for all the people that need a bigger display. The device is scheduled to appear later this year but an interesting phenomenon may occur before this – Samsung may release a cut-down version of the Galaxy Note 6 for people who want to have the latest design, yet do not need the best phablet specs.
There’s little information of the tech specs of the upcoming Galaxy Note 6 Lite phablet but the device is expected to feature the same 5.8-inch screen the Galaxy Note 6 will come with, 4 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 820 processor. The display resolution is also expected to run at Full HD resolution instead of Quad HD, which should be seen in the Galaxy Note 6. Speaking of this, the high-end Galaxy Note 6 should come with 6 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 823 chip. All other remaining tech specs of the Galaxy Note 6 Lite are expected to remain the same as in the Galaxy Note 6. Still, the Galaxy Note 6 Lite will have a lower price and this is exactly what some people need.
It is unclear when the two phablets will reach the market and in which countries but we will know this a bit later. Of course the Galaxy Note 6 Lite may never come into existence, since all the information on it has not been confirmed in any way. But it would be nice to have such a device and it would be even nicer if both these devices reach Europe. You may wonder why – well, the Galaxy Note 5 was never released in the Old Continent.