Samsung Testing Prototype Galaxy Note 6 Unit With Infrared Autofocus

You have already read that Samsung has counted huge success with the introduced flagship smartphones namely Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Due to its excellent specifications and high end features, the Korean tech giant has been able to sold more than 10 million units. Keeping the same spirit of winning, Samsung is now actively working on the successor of the Galaxy Note 5 that is Galaxy Note 6.

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The latest news in this of the time is that Galaxy Note 6 would be featuring 12-megapixel camera adding dual-pixel. It also adds phase-detection autofocus as well as the ƒ/1.7 aperture as camera feature. However, a rumour has also evoked that Samsung would be internally testing Galaxy Note 6 prototype units that would have infrared autofocus modules.

If you would examine you would find that Galaxy S7 duo has the fastest smartphone cameras that has excellent autofocus speed. Now, studying the latest news, if Samsung launches Galaxy Note 6 adding IR autofocus, it would have enhanced autofocus performance than any other smartphones. 

Beside this, it has also been studied that Galaxy Note 6 would be equipped with a 5.8-inch QHD Slim RGB Super AMOLED display. It would have Snapdragon 823 processor adding 6GB RAM (internal). The Phone would also be IP68 certified, which will make it water and dust resistance. It would have 4,000 mAh battery and would be preloaded with Android N.

Though this are just rumour, you need to wait for the actual announcement that would come from Samsung.

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