The launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is just few months away, but we're already getting a taste of what's cooking in Samsung's labs. It's expected that Samsung will formally announce the Note 4 at the IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Samsung has led the mobile markets by creating a new product line with big-sized phones+tables aka phablets and the Note's been one of the most important product line for Samsung; selling millions of these phablets worldwide. Naturally, the excitement for the Note 4 is high; because it'll be competing directly with the soon-to-be-announced iPhone 6 and rivals from other companies. Let's take a quick look at the technical specs and features which have been leaked in the media.
Note's USP has been its extra-large display and a stylus aka the S-Pen and Samsung's kept the form factor bigger than the rivals. You may remember that the original Galaxy Note phone had a 5.3" display. While the Samsung's S-series has almost caught up with Note, with a 5.1" display on S5; Note's maintained its unique identity. Samsung seems to have found a sweet spot for the size of their phablets. Leaks show that Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will have a 5.5" or 5.6" Super AMOLED, Full HD display; with a pixel density of about 534 pixels per inch. Other specs which have been leaked are as follows:-
No information is available about the S-Pen and battery specs or the operating system. However, you can be sure that the Note 4 will ship with a B shaped USB 3.0 port for external connection and battery charging. We promise to keep you posted about the latest developments. Stay tuned!
- CPU : Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 Quad-Core @ 2.5 GHz
- Memory: 3GB
- On-Board Storage: 32 / 64 GB with microSD support up to 128 GB.
- Camera: Rear - 16 MP. 1080p Full HD capture at 60fps and 2160 @ 30 fps.
- Camera: Front - 2 MP. 1080p video capture at 30 fps.
Source: CNMO (Chinese)
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