Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Gorgeous 2K Screen, Processor and Release Date
New details about the upcoming Samsung gadgets have surfaced, as Samsung have released a new teaser for the Galaxy Note 4. The teasers keep on coming for a few weeks now, and this new one focuses on the Galaxy Note 4’s S Pen, to be more precise. Further details about the Galaxy Note 4 are provided by a Samsung agent profile. The information coming from the particular profile reveals information about the device’s screen, and we also have a release date for the device. The Samsung Unpacked event that will take place on the 3rd of September seems to be the place where the Korean manufacturer will mark the release date and the unveiling place for the anticipated handset.
Reported by Phone Arena, the device will bear the full name Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N920T, and according to the information obtained through the agent profile from Samsung, the display that will come with the device will feature a maximum resolution of 2560×1440.
The Note 4 will bring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processing unit along with it, as well as other goodies such as a fingerprint scanner we have previously seen on recent Samsung devices, but is still pretty exciting to have, and USB 3.0 support will also be included. The main attraction of the recent teaser, the S Pen stylus, will also come bearing several improvements, so that’s another thing to expect from the hyped-up Note 4.
Getting back to the screen of the device, it will measure 5.7 inches and feature the Super AMOLED technology. Also, it will come with support for 2K or Quad HD. Like previous Samsung devices, you will possibly get a different processor variant depending on your region. Similar to past releases, a part of the Note 4 units will be released with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805, with four cores and clocked at 2.5 GHz, while the rest will pack Samsung’s Exynos 5433 octa core processing unit. The Exynos chip will feature four Cortex-A53 cores, clocked at 1.3 GHz, as well as four additional Cortex-A57 cores.
The RAM capacity featured on the device still remains a little bit of a mystery, as Samsung hasn’t confirmed or specified anything yet, but speculations point out to a pretty impressive capacity, which will be either 3 GB or 4 GB. In terms of internal memory, the amount of storage capacity available on the Note 4 will depend on the chosen variant. The available variants are 16, 32 and 64 GB of storage capacity. If you’re not pleased with these amounts, you can boost them up to 128 GB by using a microSD card. Moving on to the camera, we know that the 16 MP shooter featured on the rear of the device will come with some cool features like dual LED flash, or OIS (Optic Image Stabilization).
Samsung’s long-anticipated Galaxy Note 4 will, of course, come with all the standard connectivity options that characterize today’s smartphones, but will also include a few that are pretty much above the standard, namely the NFC and Infrared features.
The operating system running the show will be Google’s Android, and the Note 4 is set to feature the latest Android KitKat right out the box, although it seems it may come with the 4.4.3 build, rather than the most recent 4.4.4 build.
To sustain all these features and the phone’s battery life, we have a pretty big 3600 mAh battery, which could turn out to be a 3800 mAh unit. Nevertheless, it’s still big and more than sufficient.
Although these specifications sound exciting, we still wait for the official confirmation from Samsung on the matter.
Sources: pcadvisor.co.uk | gottabemobile.com