Although the new Galaxy S6 garnered a lot of praise for the use of premium feeling metal and glass over the rather cheap plastic body, it lacked something that become a staple in the Samsung world. And that was the absence of a microSD slot, which left a quite a few Samsung fans out in the cold about upgrading their devices.
It seems that Samsung has taken note of this, and would not be giving the Galaxy Note 5 the same treatment, as a recent UAProf from the website of US telecom operator Sprint reveals. According to the UAProf, The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 would have a user expandable memory supporting microSDXC cards up to 128GB capacity. The UAProf also reveals that the device would have a 3GB RAM, 16MP main camera and a 5MP front camera.