Gear up for leaked clicks of Samsungs flagship phablets.

Rumour has it that Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the galaxy S6 edge+ will be revealed soon enough. As per a lot of reports, the two high end smartphones will come in public view on the 13th of August, 2015. A lot of smartphone enthusiasts across the HW globe would be anxiously waiting for a glimpse.

However for some people evenР’В aР’В month long wait is too much to bear. Leaked images of these smartphones have already been released on the internet. This is really exciting news as so far we have only had images of dummies of Galaxy S6 edge+.

As far as looks are concerned, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the galaxy s6 edge+ don’t shock in the least. The Note 5 frontal leaked pictures show that it is not very different from the Note 4. Only differences are the bigger home button and thinner bezels.Makers have decided to do away with shiny metal frame and have modelled it more like a Galaxy S6. Bottom grille includes the speaker.

The home button, if speculations are to be believed, should house a touch type fingerprint scanner. For the S6 edge+, it can be called a swollen version of its predecessor. This makes it a dual-curve phablet.

Configuration of the two new models have changed slightly, more so for the Note 5. The Note 5 gets an upgrade with 4 gigabytes of RAM and a huge battery of 4100mAh capacity. Note 5 should be endowed with a 16MP camera and features like optical image stabilization.

Optical image stabilisation can greatly enhance clicks. It can result in clear, crisp and very sharp images. It compensates shaking and vibrating of the device in real time. The S6 edge+ differs from its predecessor with a 3000mAh battery promising greater run-time.

Both devices are to either pack a Exynos 7422/7420 or a Snapdragon 815 chip. This is great news indeed as the performance will be smooth and lightning fast. 4K display will take the visual experience to another level.

Overall, both the hardware and the looks of both the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the galaxy S6 edge+ seem good enough. Look wise there might not be many changes but one can expect a nice boost in performance as the hardware part, at least for the Note 5, seems like a good upgrade.