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The Galaxy Note 6 broke cover on Samsung’s website

Hardly a day goes by where Samsung’s Galaxy Note 6 (or Note 7?) isn’t leaked in some shape or form. Today is no different.

A mysterious UA Profile has appeared on Samsung’s own website, possibly hinting at the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6. The profile is for a device with the model number ‘SM-N930F’, although no such handset exists.

However, the Galaxy Note 6 has been rumoured under that model number previously. Moreover, that number follows the naming convention for previous Note handsets: Note 5 (SM-N920), Note 4 (SM-N910), Note 3 (SM-9005), and so on.

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A UA (User Agent) Profile is a file that contains information about a device, like model number, screen size, character set support, etc. They’re intended to be used by content providers to ensure that media displays in the correct format for a given handset’s preferences. A UA Profile will, for instance, help make sure that a website displays in the correct resolution on your phone screen.

Interestingly, the SM-N930F profile doesn’t contain any information about phone features, which suggests that Samsung is intentionally keeping the page ‘dumb’ until the phone actually launches.

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Samsung is expected to launch its next Note handset at a dedicated Galaxy Unpacked event in New York on August 2. Of course, Samsung is keeping tight-lipped about the matter for now, so stay tuned.

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