Samsung is rumored to release the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 5 sooner than planned. However, recently, this rumor was denied by Samsung Mobile President J.K.Shin.  Based on the latest report, it seems like Galaxy Note 5 could be released before the IFA trade show which starting in the first week of September. If that is the case, Galaxy Note 5 could be released in August instead of July as reported previously.

There are a few reasons on the decision of Samsung bringing forward the release of Galaxy Note 5. One of them could be because Samsung want to avoid announcing in the same period as when Apple announced iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus and thus this move could boost Samsung’s sales figure for this year.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is rumored to come with 5.7-inch QHD display, 4100 mAh battery size, USB Type-C connector, UFS 2.0 Flash storage as well as Exynos 7422 quad-core processor. However, there is no confirmation on whether it will look the same as Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge or whether there are similar features with the smartphones.

At the end, we cannot be 100% sure that Samsung is going to bring forward the announcement or the giant tech company will stick to the original plan and do what they normally do, by announcing it in the IFA trade show.