Samsung’s next-gen phablet Galaxy Note 5 is still a few months away. But that has not stopped concept designers from imagining what the device would look like. The sleek and premium design of the Galaxy S6 has raised the bar and set high expectations from the Galaxy Note 5. Now Concept Phones has published a stunning render and video of the Note 5.

Galaxy Note 5 Imagined With 4K 5.9-Inch Super AMOLED Display

Galaxy Note 5 with a huge 4100mAh battery

The designer of this concept phablet imagines it with a metal and glass body, just like the Galaxy S6. The concept seems to be based on realistic expectations. The Galaxy Note 5 is pretty slim at 7.9mm, and is jam-packed with high-end hardware. The concept shows the device with 5.9-inch Super AMOLED display with 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution and 785ppi pixel density.

The 4K display has long been rumored. Samsung Display is expected to start shipping 4K OLED panels by the end of this year. The Galaxy Note 5 is configured with fingerprint scanner, 64GB and 128GB of internal storage with MicroSD support, USB Type C port, and a giant 4100mAh battery with fast charging technology. Samsung may also introduce a dual-edge variant of the Note 5.

Galaxy Note 5 code named Project Noble

The Note 5 rendering has a 20-megapixel main camera and an S Pen stylus that is twice as sensitive as in its predecessors. The phablet runs Android Lollipop with an improved TouchWiz and Samsung’s Knox security software. Recently, a report from SamMobile revealed that the Korean electronics giant is developing the Galaxy Note 5 under the code name ‘Project Noble.’

The publication also listed model numbers of the Galaxy Note 5 for different regions. It said that SM-N920S and SM-N920K are model numbers for the Korean version of Note 5, while the European model will be SM-N920F. The SM-N920A and SM-N920 model numbers are for AT&T and Verizon. The Galaxy Note 5 is likely to be announced at the annual IFA conference in September.