Samsung is set to add another phone to its famous Galaxy Note Phablet series in September. As the event approaches, leaks and rumors are growing stronger revealing features and specifications of the eagerly anticipated device. Results of an AnTuTu Benchmark of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been leaked online showing specs of the smartphone.
The leak shows that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (model no. SM N910) is set to come with an Exynos Octa Core 8433 (There will be a Snapdragon 805 version as well for some markets like USA) and 3 GB of RAM making it a power house phablet. Adding to that is an impressive 5.7 Inch screen with 1440 x 2560 resolutions making its pixel per inch to be great than 500. Only the LG G3 has 1440 resolutions among the major flagship devices.
The rear camera of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be rated at 15.8 MP. Considering how good Samsung Cameras are, Note 4’s camera will be a treat to watch. With Internal Memory of 16 GB, you don’t need to worry about running out of space for Apps.
For those of you who cant wait to see this device unveil, Stay Tuned on September 3rd as Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is unveiled at a Samsung unpacked event at IFA Berlin 2014.
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