If the recent rumours floating around about the soon to be unveiled Galaxy Note 5 is anything to go by, Samsung would be changing the port on the flagship phablet.
Samsung is no stranger to going with new standards considering that the Galaxy Note 3 cane with a USB 3.0 port along with a microUSB 2.0 port. The Galaxy Note 5 would sport the new USB 3.1 Type C port which offers some advantages over the present microUSB 2.0 with faster data transfer and charging speeds and a reversible port.
Besides the new port, it is also rumoured that the Galaxy Note would be getting a bigger screen probably pushed to 5.89 inches and a larger 4100mAH battery. Other rumoured changes includes a 4K display, an improved Exynos 7422 processor.