As of July 2015, the Galaxy Note 5 specifications haven't yet been released. However, some sources claim to have leaked details about the phone. SlashGear alleges that the Note 5 comes equipped with 4 gigabytes of RAM and that the phone may be a new addition to Samsung's Edge line.
Additionally, SlashGear speculates that the unreleased Note 5 includes an OIS-enabled 5-megapixel front-facing camera, similar to that found in the S6 Edge Plus model. It's also rumored that the Note 5 shares features with the Galaxy S6, including wireless charging capabilities that support WPC and PMA standards, and a metal-framed, glass-backed case.
SlashGear says that it's likely that the Note 5 includes the Exynos 7422 chipset, which is Samsung's proprietary all-in-one chip that includes all system components, including CPU, GPU, modem, memory, and storage. Yahoo specifies that the Note 5's chipset includes an octa-core 64-bit CPU and a Shannon 333 LTE modem. The company also reports that the phone includes a 5.67-inch Super AMOLED QHD display. SamMobile adds that the phone comes in black, gold, silver and white.
As all information available about the phone is speculation, not all reports are consistent. For instance, SamMobile originally reported that the Note 5 would have a 5.9 inch display, which Yahoo later disputed. Information about the Galaxy Note 5 is subject to change until its release.