It is expected that later this year, Samsung will unveil their next-gen Galaxy Note, and it is also rumored that we can look forward to the second-gen Galaxy Note Edge. While the former is more or less a given considering how popular the Galaxy Note series has been, the latter is still a question mark.
After all the Galaxy Note Edge from last year was more of a test to see how the market would react to the curved display, and while the Galaxy S6 Edge was the result of that successful test, we can’t be sure if Samsung will repeat that with the Galaxy Note series. That being said, recently evidence has popped up that seems to suggest that the device is real.
This is according to a recent HTML5 test in which a device called the Samsung Zenzero was spotted. Now how do we know that this is the Galaxy Note Edge for 2015? Earlier reports have revealed that the Galaxy Note Edge for 2015 has been given the codename Project Zen, so the fact that a Samsung Zenzero was listed hardly seems like a coincidence, right?
We should note that tests such as this can be faked if one wanted to go through all that trouble so it’s best taken with a grain of salt for now, but either way we will keep our eyes peeled for more information regarding the handset, so check back with us at a later date for the details.
- 1600 x 2560
- Super AMOLED
- 539 PPI
- f/2.2 Aperture
- No Wireless Charg.
- Snapdragon 805