After being free from Project Zero for Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung has reportedly started working on its next campaign i.e. Project Zen for Galaxy Note 5. Back in May, this forthcoming creation of South Korean Corporation had appeared in multiple tidings, in which its anticipated aspects had been mentioned. Well this time, mobile maker has been rumored to integrate USB 3.1 Type-C port into device.
Articulately, a USB 3.1 Type-C cable provides a transfer rate of 10Gbps with compatible devices, which is twice of USB 3.0 transfer speed that offers 5Gbps. The one more benefit of this technology is, it makes the plug in easier and more convenient because ends of the connector are the same, it means users don't need to differentiate between the top and bottom part of the cables. To remind you, Apple has already adopted this user-friendly USB technology for its new MacBook as well as China based Company: LeTV has also launched three smartphones equipped with such functionality.
Moving towards the other specifications of this yet-to-be announced gadget, previous reports hint about the arrival of two models in Galaxy Note range, which could be a basic Note 5 version and an edged edition. According to GSMArena, mobile phone will join the company of phablets by incorporating a bigger 5.89 inch display and it's tipped to be 7.9mm thick.
The inclusion of a 4,100mAh battery, improved S-pen stylus and an upgraded version of 64-bit Samsung Exynos 7420 Octa-core processor, Exynos 7422 processor is also expected. Moreover, phablet is purportedly being tested on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS and envisaged to make its first glance during world's leading trade show: IFA, which is going to be held in Berlin from 4-9 September.