After unleashing their flagship products, Galaxy S7 and S7 edge at the recent mobile world congress, Samsung is all set to launch their next premium device, 'Galaxy Note 6'.

According to reports, Samsung is planning to launch Galaxy Note 6 in August 2016 in Europe. Samsung usually loves to unveil their smartphones mainly in the month of August, and they have done the same with the Galaxy S6 Edge on Aug 13.

The phablet is scheduled to launch at the same time as iPhone 7. Fierce competition is expected from both these smartphones.

The rumor surrounding the memory chip is something enticing in nature. As per credible reports, this smartphone will be loaded with 256 GB UFS 2.0 memory chips.

The Korean Company aims to create a revolution in the smartphone market with this large storage capacity.

The company believes that the new 256 GB UFS memory will help users support seamless Ultra HD video playback and multitasking functionality on large-screen mobile devices.

Samsung remains tight-lipped on the release of the 256 GB UFS memory, but credible sources believe that they will load the big screened phablet with this size memory.

Smartphone experts claim that the phablet will likely sport the camera technology of the Galaxy S7, which is the dual pixel system. This system enables the smartphone to capture high-quality photos even during the time of low light.

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This phone 6 is expected to sport a metal casing, with a sleek design. The phone will be powered with a 6 GB RAM paired with Qualcomm Snapdragon's processing chips.

The inclusion of 6 GB RAM has already spread a wave of alarm among its competitors.

No smartphone manufacturing company has so far launched a phone/phablet with 6GB RAM.

Reports suggest the Note 6 will have super AMOLED display of 5.8-inches with a Quad HD resolution.

Samsung aims to bring back its lost glory through Galaxy Note 6, and they seek to create a market revolution in 2016. More details regarding the specifications and price are expected in the coming days.