Galaxy Note 5 To Be Samsung’s First Device With USB Type-C?
USB Type-C has been making headway ever since Apple announced their new incredibly thin Macbook not too long ago. And now fresh rumors are saying that we are going to see the much-talked about port in an upcoming Samsung flagship device.
The Galaxy Note 5 is set to be the first Samsung device to adopt USB Type-C, which will bring several benefits. On top of quicker data transfer that is twice the speed of a normal USB, it will also bring about faster charging, due to it offering 20 volts and 5 amps of power compared to only 5 volts and 1.8 amps in normal USB. Of course, it will also make life easier as the charger cable will be reversible, which means it can be plugged in either direction similar to Apple’s Lightning charger cable.
Another new rumor is pegging the Galaxy Note 5 to be fitted with a very generous 4,100mAh battery (to power a 4K display perhaps?), a huge upgrade from its predecessor’s 3,220mAh battery.
A steady stream of rumors and speculations are flowing in for the Galaxy Note 5 ahead of its expected unveiling during IFA 2015 this September in Berlin, Germany.