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The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is expected to release in July with Android OS preinstalled. Samsung

Following Samsung's announcement of the Galaxy Note 5 phablet in August last year, rumours are now indicating that the company will be releasing its Galaxy Note 6, codenamed Grace, in July this year with Android N OS onboard. The Note 6 is expected to arrive with insane features that are currently unavailable on any of the flagship smartphones.

Here are 10 reasons you should get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Device:

1 | Large 3D Touch Display

The rumour mill is claiming that the Galaxy Note 6 will be packed with a larger 5.8-inch display that will carry support for 2K or 4K resolution. Speculations are also rife that it will be sporting a pressure-sensitive display that will support a 3D Touch-like feature that is present on the iPhone.

2 | Two CPU Variants + 6 GB of RAM

The Galaxy Note 6 is expected to arrive in two CPU editions. One model will be powered by Exynos 8890 or its upgraded version and the other one by the Snapdragon 820 chipset. There are also hints that the South Korean giant will include a 6 GB of RAM inside the Note 6.

3 | Native Storage

Speculations indicate that the Galaxy Note 6 will be coming with a new inbuilt storage of 256 GB UFS 2.0. It supports a reading and sequential writing transfer rate of 850 Mb/s and 260 Mb/s. It is also expected to be available in storage choices 64 GB and 128 GB.

4 | Micro SD Storage

Except for the Note 5, all the Note series phablets feature a microSD slot. Samsung is heavily pegged to bring back the microSD card storage support on the Galaxy Note 6.

5 | Enhanced Camera

The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is expected to embrace the camera that is already present on the Galaxy S7. Hence, the phablet is likely to feature a 12.3 MP camera with Super OIS support that will be able to capture stunning photos and videos in low lighting conditions.

6 | S-Pen to Function Like Kickstand

Patently Mobile has reported that Samsung may introduce a new S-Pen with Note 6. It will come with a bending feature that will make it possible for use as a kickstand for enjoying movies or interacting with apps in landscape or portrait mode.

7 | Gear VR Support

Samsung has also introduced support for its Gear VR (virtual reality) headset for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones. If the Galaxy Note 6 arrives with a 4K resolution screen, it will be able to deliver stunning viewing and gaming experience through the Gear VR support, Android Central reported.

8 | USB Type-C

Samsung is yet to introduce USB Type-C connectivity on its smartphones. Rumours are rife that the Note 6 will be the first Samsung smartphone to feature it.

9 | Laptop Dock

The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 rumours are suggesting that the company will launch the device with a laptop dock support, which means Note 6 owners will be able to attach their smartphone to a laptop dock and power it up with the smartphone’s CPU, RAM and storage.

10 | Huge Battery

The Galaxy Note 5 has a 3000 mAh battery whereas the newly launched Galaxy S7 Edge has a huge battery of 3600 mAh battery. Hence, speculations are indicating that the Note 6 will be packed with a battery of 3600 mAh to 4000 mAh capacity.

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Release Date, Price

According to Phone Arena, which cites information from The Bell (a Korean website), the Galaxy Note 6 will come preinstalled with Android N OS. Google is expected to release the final version of Android N in July this year, with the Note 6 release date expected to happen in July. It is expected to launch at a full retail price of US$750 (AU$973) to US$850 (AU$1119).