Samsung Galaxy Note 6 To Come With USB Type-C, And Main Camera To Have IR Autofocus?
South Korean tech giant Samsung is planning to turn the Galaxy Note series into laptop hybrids. Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be available in three different models, most awaited high-end design smartphone. Upcoming powerful smartphones, This company officially launched the Galax S7 series smartphones, Features a curved display, positioned in the high-end design segment, Now the latest rumors surfaced on the internet, that suggests Upcoming smartphone from Samsung will have an IR autofocus. Galaxy Note 6 will feature a QHD display, 6GB of RAM.
However, Samsung will bring happiness to everyone by offering different models, According to the report, Android. gs site that takes information from an internal source, Samsung is considering to improve the Dual Pixel camera sensor that already used on the Galaxy S7. A leaked report from Android Headlines, Upcoming smartphones from the Korean company will feature a 12 megapixel infrared-based autofocus rear camera, IR autofocus that will give better pictures in low-light conditions, also comes with an improved face detection mode. To recap, the Dual Pixel camera sensor, this year LG G5 and Huawei P9 launched with dual camera setup on the rear side of the smartphone. LG G5 is one of the best camera smartphone in 2016. By adding a laser autofocus, so this device will have a hybrid autofocus.
Galaxy S7 Edge sports a 12 megapixel primary camera, with phase detection autofocus, OIS, LED flash, supports 4k video recording, and 5megapixel front camera for video chat. Like the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, Galaxy Note 6 will be IP68 water resistant, so it resists water and dust. In terms of IP68 certification allows it to withstand immersion beyond a meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
According to the SamMobile, Galaxy Note 6 will have a 256 GB of internal memory, more support to the storing android apps, and other data. This device will be equipped with USB Type-C port, reversible connector, supports faster charging, Micro USB port on its Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. A surprising choice, but apparently will not be followed by their professional PHABLET variant. Thanks to the USB 3.1 standard and the Power Delivery 2.0, a new helmet more powerful virtual reality.