The rumored Galaxy Note 5 is said to feature 4GB of LP-DDR4 RAM, according to sources close to SamMobile. An earlier report claimed that the Note 5 will feature an Exynos 7422 CPU, Samsung’s first all-in-one (ePoP) solution.
While Samsung may include 4GB of RAM in the Galaxy Note 5, it won’t help the performance issues Samsung’s devices are known to have, thanks to poor optimization of the TouchWiz UI. The device may look bigger and badder on the outside, but there are some serious software tweaks that need to happen to see the true affects of including 4GB of RAM.
Perhaps the most interesting thing about the Galaxy Note 5 is the this single-chip (ePoP) solution, said to combine a 64-bit Octa-core CPU, GPU, RAM, internal storage, and the Shannon 333 LTE modem all under a single package,
Keep in mind that these are all rumors and nothing has been confirmed by Samsung itself yet. We’ll certainly hear something more official as we get closer to the Galaxy Note 5’s release window, but for now, it’s best to take information with a grain of salt.
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