As per the usual when one of Samsung’s devices is drawing closer to launch (which is expected sometime this September) more and more about the device gets revealed.
Word has it now that the Galaxy Note 6 will have a USB Type-C port, if the rumours are true then it would make it the first of the company’s phones to move away from microUSB. We don’t know if they will be making this standard across their new releases, because then they would need to produce a new Gear VR that connects via USB Type-C, assuming they still want to go heavy into VR.
Other rumours about the Note 6 include IP68 certification, a 5.8 inch QHD display, 6GB RAM (also rumoured to have up to 8GB, maybe a variant?) and 64/128GB internal storage options for the device. It will also sport a Snapdragon S823 SoC, 4,000 mAh battery and an improved 12MP rear snapper.
Of course, none of these are truly confirmed so best take it with a pinch of salt.