Pricing comparison site uSwitch has sourced supposedly official Samsung Galaxy Note 6 blueprints, with the help of renowned tech leaker and journalist Steve Hemmerstoffer. These blueprints – which we’re unable to verify – have been used to create renders and a video depicting what they Galaxy Note 6 might look like.
“Based on leaked blueprints, these renders give us our first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 ahead of its debut in August/September,” writes uSwitch.
The blueprints also make it seem that the Galaxy Note 6 is going to have a USB-C port instead of a conventional USB port, if that turns out to be true this is going to be the first Samsung smartphone to make the switch to the modern USB standard. The S Pen retains its aperture at the bottom right-hand corner of the device. It’s also claimed that the concentration of sensors visible above the display points towards the iris scanner which will enable users to unlock the device just by looking at it. Samsung has never before put an iris scanner in a consumer device so this just may be yet another first for the Galaxy Note 6.