New images that have just leaked online give users a glimpse of the design of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 5.
The latest renderings, created by Ivo Maric, appear similar to other images of the phablet released in the past, Techno Buffalo reported. The images show that the Galaxy Note 5 is enclosed in aluminum edges. They also suggest that the upcoming device will not have a removable battery pack based on the glass design of the rear panel.
Maric's creation also features the compartment for Samsung's stylus pen. Previously leaked images, however, suggested that the Galaxy Note 5 will not have an auto-eject feature for the S pen. Instead, it seems users will have to manually remove it from the device using their fingernails.
But, as noted by Gotta be Mobile, Samsung could still incorporate its patented magnet-based ejection feature or use a push-to-release mechanism for the removal of the stylus pen.
As for the device's other features, other renderings of the phablet indicate that its fingerprint sensor will be a touch-based component located below the display.
According to rumors, the Galaxy Note 5 is expected to feature a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and a 3220mAh battery. It might be powered by Samsung's Exynos 7422 processor and could pack 4GB of RAM.
In addition, various sources are reporting that the device will come in 32, 64 and 128GB internal storage variants. It might also feature a 16-megapixel main camera paired with a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper.
The Galaxy Note 5 is expected to come with the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop as its stock operating system.
Samsung might unveil its upcoming flagship phablet on Aug. 13 during an event named as "Unpacked 2015." Aside from the phablet, the company might also debut the Galaxy S6 Edge+ during the same event, according to International Business Times.
The news site noted that this device is expected to sport the same specifications as the Galaxy S6 Edge but with a bigger display.