Korean digital media publication Naver, is now reporting (translated to English), that Samsung’s upcoming flagship, the Galaxy Note 5, will reportedly feature a USB 3.1 Type C Interface, thus enabling twice as fast data transfer rates as compared to present norms.
Samsung is expected to launch the next edition of its Galaxy Note flagship series, the Note 5 at the annual Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) exhibition in Berlin on September 5.
The news about Galaxy note 5 sporting a USB Type C connector first came out via Chinese IT Publication sol com ( Zol.com ), which quoted inside sources as mentioning that the new Galaxy Note 5 will feature a twice as faster Type C connecter USB port.
The new USB Type C connector will enable transfer speeds as high as 5 Gbps, thus enabling blazing afst transfer of your usual data, along with ultra high definition 4K resolution images. Apart from this, the uSB 3.1 on Galaxy Note 5 will also support UFS (Universal Flash Storage) to mount Flash 2.0. UFS is a standard flash memory standard, which mobile tech companies started working upon back in 2012 to discard market confusions regarding the varying number of adapters for different number of cards.
Interestingly, further details revealed by sources indicate that Samsung is working its way to run the next-gen Galaxy Note flagship on the latest Android 5.11 or Android M version, announced by Google at its I/O conference last month.
As for other Note 5 specifications, the Samsung flagship is expected to feature a crisp, 2K display resolution, powered by 4100 large mAh (milliamp) batteries. The device is reportedly 7.9 mm thick and will come equipped with the usual S Pen for touch screen inputs.