A new leak of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 features showed that the device will pack killer specs
Android Origin cited Japanese blog CMNO.com as saying that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will not sport a larger screen display than the current Galaxy Note 3. Instead, the upcoming phablet will boast a 2K display or 2560×1440 pixels. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 packed a 5.7 inches panel with Full HD 1080p resolution.
Aside from a high-res screen, the Galaxy Note 4 will also sport a 20.7MP rear camera, which is a big jump from the current 13MP camera of the Note 3. The blog also said that that Samsung's smartphone-tablet hybrid will come with a 64-bit processor paired with a 4GB of RAM. Moreover, a Note 4 variant with 128GB of internal storage will be on its way. The handset will string along a 3600 to 3800mAh battery.
Lastly, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will run with the Android 4.5 right out of the box, which is expected to be announced at the Google I/O Conference in June. If Samsung's previous devices will be basis of the device's future specs and features, features like the fingerprint scanner or the heart rate monitor as well as the IP67 certification.
Meanwhile, Gadget Insider claimed that the handset will pack a YOUM flexible OLED display tech. According to reports, the sides of the Galaxy Note 4 will be bent in such a way that users can view important notifications such as incoming calls and text messages, new emails, on those sides. Moreover, Samsung's phablet was rumoured to sport a display with either 2K or 4K resolution.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was also rumoured to pack the new 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset. While there is also the possibility that another variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be powered by the octa-core Exynos processor from Samsung.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 release date remains a mystery but Trusted Reviews has reported that the phablet will be unveiled at the IFA tech event set on Sept. 4 to 20. The IFA trade show has been the launching platform of Samsung Galaxy Note series for the last two years.