Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Concept Image Packs 5.9-Inch Screen Display and 20 MP Back Camera

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 concept image
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 concept image Jermaine Smit via ConceptiPhon

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 concept image


The latest Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is very close to reality as it boasts 5.9-inch screen display and 20 MP rear camera based on Samsung patent.

A leaked patent from Samsung inspired artist Jermaine Smit in designing the latest concept image of Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The designer envisioned the 2014 phablet, making it something different from its predecessors.

Based on the patent leak, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will pack 5.9-inch display, a 20 MP back camera and a 3 MP front cam. The device will be housed in a metal casing. According to speculations, the next Samsung phablet will be powered by Exynos S+. As expected, the device will come with microSD slot for external storage and S-Pen stylus.

Jermaine Smit imagined the Galaxy Note 4 in its blue version that complements its metal built and giving off a sophisticated design. If the leaked patent proved to be true, Samsung Galaxy phones is now entering the era of edge-to-edge screen panels and metallic cases, says Concept-Phones.

Few details are known about Samsung Galaxy Note 4, as the third generation of the device was introduced last October. According to a report of The Korean Herald published last November, Samsung and its partner ARM confirmed that it will launch 14 nm 64-bit Exynos 6 CPU chips this year and will land in Samsung Galaxy S5 and Note 4. Moreover, an ARM official confirmed that the new Exynos processor will have the same architecture like the A7 chipset packed in iPhone 5S.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may also pack a 2K display and iris scanner. Reports claimed that Samsung is developing screen panels with 2,560 x 1,440 pixel resolution and 560 ppi. The iris scanner aims to improve the security feature of Samsung phones. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 release date may be held in late April and not in the first quarter, according to a tweet of tech industry observer Eldar Murtazin. 

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