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The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 render appears in a new leaked video

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With the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 rumoured to be launching in mere months, a leaked 3D render of the upcoming phablet has surfaced thanks to prominent tipster @onleaks.

The styling looks very similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S6 but with a slot for the S-Pen and what is likely to be a non-removable battery. This is evidenced by slot on the side which is likely to be either a SIM or a microSD expansion slot but its too soon to tell.

Video after the break.

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The battery capacity for the device is said to be 4,100mAh which the Note 5 should be able to accommodate without any issue, with the phone said to be about 10.2mm thick inclusive of the camera hump. The rumoured overall dimensions of the device are said to be 153.4 x 77.3 x 10.2mm; but doesn’t seem to have enough room to fir the 5.89 inch screen with 2mm bezels on either side.

Also, the Note 5 looks like it will be coming with a standard microUSB instead of the rumoured USB Type-C port.

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To recap, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is rumoured to either have a Exynos 7430 processor or the Exynos 7422 under the hood that is Samsung’s first all-in-one solution with an integrated CPU, GPU, RAM, storage and modem in a single chip. It is also likely to have 3GB RAM, a 1440 x 2560 Super AMOLED display and a 13 megapixel and 8 megapixel camera combo.

You can check out the video for yourself below but as with all rumours, take it with a pinch of salt.

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