Although September seems like a long way away it'll be on us like a shot. And we fully expect the beginning of the month to be exciting for Samsung and smartphone fans. The company is hotly tipped to unveil the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 at an Unpacked event ahead of IFA 2016 in Berlin.

And this year, it is almost certain that the Note refresh will make it to the UK as well as US. There's no need for an additional Edge+ considering the Galaxy S7 Edge already has a 5.5-inch screen.

Those with a want for a larger screen will therefore be keeping a beady eye out for the Note 6.

Recent rumours about the device have revealed a few key facts, including the possibility that the phablet will have either 6GB or 8GB of RAM. A new snippet of speculation has emerged that suggests the phone is most likely to have the former. But it's not just any old RAM, it's 10nm LPDDR4 RAM.

That'd make it go like the clappers. It'd be more economical on power too.

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The gossip comes from the fact that Samsung unveiled its new LPDDR4 6GB DRAM chip in China yesterday, claiming that not only will it be speedy, it is also extremely power efficient.

It's a good bet therefore that the company will use it in its next flagship Android phone. And that promises to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 6.

Other previous spec rumours suggests the phone will also come with a 5.8-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) Super AMOLED screen and 4,000mAh battery. A real powerhouse for sure.