Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has seen its fair share of rumors in the past few weeks. The sequel to the Galaxy Note 3 is rumored to see the light of the day at IFA 2014 in September, a traditional event where Samsung unveils its Note series handsets — they took the stage last year as well to announce the Note 3.
Recently, the folks at SamMobile revealed some information about the purported Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The device will come with a SM-N910 model number, and will hit retail in two configurations: one for the North America, Korea, China and Japan, while the second model will hit rest of the international markets.
As far as the model for the North American, Korean, Chinese and Japanese market is concerned, it will be powered by a Snapdragon 805 chipset, while the international variant is rumored to come with Samsung’s own Exynos 5433 chipset. The report is also confirming that it will come with a QHD display sporting a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, although the exact display size is still unknown. Since its a Note series handset, we could expect it to come with a screen size between 5.7 and 6-inches.
Additionally, it will come with all the sensors that are present in the Galaxy S5, as well as a UV sensor. Finally, the report also mentions that Galaxy Note 4 will come with a 16MP camera with optical image stabilization, and will be manufactured by Sony. The camera module, IMX240, is yet to see the light of the day, so it’s hard to predict other features of the sensor. The front camera will remain the same, that is, 2MP — it would be great if it comes with 5MP similar to the HTC One M8.
Let’s just take this rumor with a grain of salt as Samsung has not announced anything about the alleged handset. We’ll update you as soon as we hear anything more.
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