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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 may be codenamed Project Noble

With the Galaxys in the rear view mirror it’s time to switch focus to the Notes again and reports on Monday have offered the first indication of what the Samsung has up its sleeve for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

A SamMobile report claims the company is internally coining the Note 5 “Project Noble,” although exactly what’s so noble about it remains to be seen.

The report claims the handset will go under the model number SM-N920F in Europe, with slight variations for the Verizon and AT&T networks in the United States.

The Galaxy Note 4 arrived with the model number SM-N910x, so the digits associated with new device seem certain to represent the Galaxy Note 5.

Elsewhere, the site also seems to have news on a forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 variant. It claims knowledge of a  device going under the model number SM-G928A that’s codenamed Project Zen. Perhaps this could be an Galaxy S6 Active or the Galaxy S6 Sport?

Read more: iPhone 6 Plus vs Galaxy Note 4

Although codenames offer little useful information for consumers, they can often let us know what tech companies have in the pipeline.

What would you like to see from the next-generation Galaxy Note handset? A double-edged screen like the Galaxy S6 Edge? A full metal casing? Share your spec wish list in the comments section below.

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