This latest Galaxy Note from Samsung appears to be its worst-kept secret yet – case in point, we’ve got more photos of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to look at, and they even show us what part of the user interface is going to look like. The pictured device looks like it should be very nearly the finished product, and gives us a great tour of the device’s curves in fully lit photos.
As expected, the back of the device is curved, giving it the appearance of a back-to-front Galaxy S6 Edge, and should result in a better feel in the hand. Droid-life has also apparently been told that the S-Pen is going to be spring-loaded, which explains why the S-Pen appears to be flush with the bottom of the Note 5 in all the images we’ve seen.
We also get a look at the UI of the Note 5 which shows us that abstract Samsung wallpaper we’ve all be expecting as well as what looks like an updated Air Command, which will give S-Pen users even more options to play with. The source of these photos also says that the Note 5 will not have a microSD slot and will have a 3,000mAh non-removable battery. We doubt this is going to be the last we see of the Note 5 before its announcement event on August 13th.
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