Apr 03, 2016 10:48 PM EDT

Galaxy Note 6 Release Date Coming Earlier To Avoid iPhone 7 Clash? Device To Have 4K Display And 6 GB RAM?

The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 release date is believed to happen earlier than usual. Apparently, this will be done by the company in order to avoid a clash with the Apple iPhone 7 launch.

The Bitbag reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 release date will be in July this year. The South Korean tech giant usually unveils new devices on September.

It was noted that Samsung customarily used the IFA event in Berlin, Germany to launch new products. There are speculations, though, that the company is planning to have the Galaxy Note 6 release date in summer.

The early release could be an advantage for the company since there will be fewer competitions. One of the Note 6's biggest rival is Apple's iPhone 7.

It is believed that the Galaxy Note 6 release date could help boost the company's sales. Its predecessor, the Note 5, has had a "lackluster performance in the market."

Meanwhile, according to Yibada, the upcoming device will have a 6-inch display with 4K pixel resolution and 6 GB of RAM. Two concept images of the Note 6 has been posted online, one of them is said to be by designer Rishi Ramesh.

Other features revealed are the iris and fingerprint scanners. The rear camera is reportedly located at the bottom of the device. It is said to be priced at $900.

The other image, courtesy of designer Metti Farhang, has a dual camera feature. The cameras are believed to be 16-megapixels and 12-megapixels.

The Galaxy Note 6 renders reveal a USB Type C port. The device will also have 64, 128 and 256 GB variants as well as a 5,000 mAh battery capacity.

It was previously reported that the Note 6 may run on Android N at the time of its release. Android N will have a new notification system, split-screen multi-tasking, quick reply, quick setting toggles and subheadings for settings, among others.

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