Samsung hasn’t quite made its mind up as to what the Galaxy Note 6 will look like, if rumors are to be believed, and a new report also claims to have information as to what the unannounced devices’ innards will consist of. The Galaxy Note 6 is expected to be announced and subsequently released this summer, but it appears there are still decisions to be made about what that device will actually be.

Rumors have already suggested that there are two versions of the Galaxy Note 6 in testing, one with a curved screen and one with a more traditional flat alternative. Which one will be selected for final production is said to still be up in the air within Samsung, but a new report claims that the internal specifications of the device have been finalized, and they look set to be rather beefy, indeed.

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According to a report by GSM Helpdesk, Samsung’s upcoming flagship release will see the Galaxy Note 6 feature a Snapdragon 823 chip or a new Exynos processor depending on the region in which it is being bought, a huge 4000 mAh battery and 6GB of RAM in line with previous rumors.

Screen-wise, we are talking a 5.8-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, though again, we don’t know whether it will be of the flat variety or something altogether more curvy. 32GB of expandable storage is said to be the lowest capacity on offer, and Android N is expected to be the version of Android that the device ships with. That software will possibly power the same 12-megapixel camera from the Galaxy S7, so expect some impressive photos to come out of this thing.

For us, the most interesting news regarding the Galaxy Note 6 is the fact that Samsung is said to still be deciding whether a curved screen is the way to go.

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With the success of the Galaxy S6 and S7 Edge hardware, could we see a Galaxy Note with a similar design?

(Source: GSM Helpdesk [Google Translate])

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