We already know that Samsung is prepping the Galaxy Note 5 phablet and that it will be launched in early September. Also, a few of the specifications that this device will arrive with were also known via speculations and rumors.
Now, the latest leak gives us an idea of how the Galaxy Note 5 will look like once it is official. The renders of the phablet have been posted by a Twitter bound leakster stating that these were found on his “leaky Foxxonn servers”.
These are CAD drawings and the general shape of the alleged device reveals that the Galaxy Note 5 will have a design that is reminiscent to the Galaxy S6. The phablet seems to feature curved glass panes on the front and rear and a metallic frame sandwiched between the two panels.
The CAD drawing’s dimensions show 153.447 mm x 77.317 mm for the width and height that should be sufficient to house the alleged 5.7 inch display. The depth of the device seems to be 10.201 mm including the protruding camera at the back and the fingerprint scanner embedded home button at the front.
The Galaxy Note 5 will definitely have its own design elements that are unique to its lineup including the S-Pen. The renders hint at what we will get to see when the device goes official.