Will the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 feature microSD card support? Some say yes, some say no. However thanks to a recent tweet by @evleaks, it looks like “no” might be the answer after all. According to his tweet, it seems that the Galaxy Note 5 might not come with microSD card support, which for some users might be a deal-breaker.
The debate on whether the phone will feature microSD support has been going back and forth for a while now, although given that @evleaks has had a pretty good track record with leaks and rumors, there is a good chance that his recent tweet might be the real deal. Like we said the lack of microSD card support will be considered a deal-breaker for some users, especially those who store a lot of music, video, and photos on their devices.
That being said Samsung also recently announced an event they will be hosting on the 13th of August in the form of Unpacked 2015, so hopefully by then we will be able to get ourselves a more definitive and official answer. Renderings of both the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ have also made their way online and we have to admit that both devices look pretty good.
In any case take it all with a grain of salt for now, but be sure to check back with us on the 13th of August for all the details. In the meantime would the lack of microSD put you off from purchasing the handset?
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