It is expected that Samsung will unveil its next top phones in the coming months, and constantly appear new information and rumors about the Galaxy 5 model. The new report, published today, more or less confirms that the Galaxy 5 actually have 4GB of RAM.
Samsung Galaxy 5 will have the Exynos 7422 SoC, which will be Samsung's first "single-chip epic" solution that combines eight-core 64-bit processor with 4GB of RAM, GPU, onboard internal storage and Shannon 333 LTE modem, and all in one package. Samsung's upcoming flagship should have the 5.67-inch Super AMOLED display with Quad HD resolution, wireless charging with WPC and PMA standards, as well as the S Pen.
Reference is made to the glass back, which means that there is no replaceable battery and a microSD slot, as is the case with the Galaxy S6 model. Recent information suggests that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Note 5 in August, to beat Apple and its launch of new iPhone models.