Galaxy Note 6 ‘Lite’ to come with SD820 SoC, 1080p display, and 4GB RAM

Galaxy-Note5_back-with-spen_Silver-TitaniumSamsung is due to unveil its next flagship phablet in a couple of months and we’ve already started seeing rumors and leaks about the Galaxy Note 6. The latest rumor isn’t about the flagship rather it’s about a potentially cheaper variant of the Galaxy Note 6. Said to be called Galaxy Note 6 “Lite,” it may come with slightly different specifications but at a more affordable price point.

Thankfully, the rumor also reveals some of the specs of this new variant: SD820 chipset, 1080p display resolution (size remains 5.8-inch), and 4GB RAM.

It’s funny that with this kind of specs, we’re calling it a scaled-down or ‘Lite’ version, but the fact is that there’s no other option given that the rumored spec-sheet of the standard Galaxy Note 6 currently says: Snapdragon 823, 5.8-inch QHD display, and 6 (or even 8) GB of RAM.

Needless to say, currently everything is in the air as none of these specs have been officially confirmed. So take all this with a heavy dose of salt.


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