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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 leaks with packaging

More images have emerged of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, this time including the new phablet’s packaging.

We’ve only got three days to wait until Samsung lifts the lid on its new high-end phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. We should also see the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus at the August 13 Unpacked event.

However, that hasn’t stopped the steady stream of related leaks from flowing onto the internet. This latest one is arguably the most comprehensive yet.

Courtesy of Digi-wo, not only do we get close up snaps of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, but we also get a shot of the packaging.

The latter may not sound too useful, but it serves to confirm some of the specs that seemingly leaked a few days ago. The packaging confirms that the Galaxy Note 5 will come with a 64-bit octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM, a 5.7-inch QHD Super AMOLED display, a 16-megapixel main camera, 5-megapixel front camera, 32GB of internal storage, and wireless charging.

In addition to this packaging, we also see the Galaxy Note 5’s distinctive curved back and pop-out S Pen stylus.

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We also get a glimpse of what appears to be the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, which as the name suggests will effectively be a super-sized Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. It certainly looks indistinguishable from that pricey phone, aside from its size.

Remind yourself of what we thought of last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in the following video review:

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