With the top-level specs and amazing user friendly features, the Galaxy Note series has always been a huge hit for Samsung, along with the S series. On the way from Samsung Galaxy Note to the Galaxy Note 3, we can notice a lot of changes- with some aspects remaining similar. The unique S-pen stylus has been playing a great role for the uniqueness of the Galaxy Note phablet series (there is also a tablet series- Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and other come into it).
And here is one of the most anticipated phones of this year- the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The phone will most probably release this September- an year, following the trends of the previous releases (all the Note Phablet versions were released in September). A lot of expectation is going around with the launch date coming nearby, since hardly three months is left from now.
A 5.7″ QHD Display has unintentionally been confirmed by Samsung, as the test device was spotted on India lately. The device was sent to India for test from Korea, and was reportedly on the way to USA. The size of the display is same as that of its predecessor, breaking the norms (the display size was in increasing order- starting from 5.3″ in Note, 5.5″ in Note 2, and 5.7″ in Note 3). The display type will be Super AMOLED as usual, Samsung has been using the same technology in all of its high-end displays.
As of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, other possible and rumored specs are the Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection, 16 MP rear camera with optical image stabilization, autofocus, dual-LED flash and 2160p video recording @30fps (this is the same as that of Samsung Galaxy S5) and a 2MP secondary camera. The phone will be processed by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805/ Exynos 5433, and there are rumors that the chipset will be a quad-core Krait 450 chip which can be clocked up to 2.7GHz and will have an Andreno 420 GPU. The phone will most probably use a 64-bit processor though, and as of the present date, Apple is the only manufacturer to use 64-bit processor in the mobile devices. We will definitely see an increase in the battery capacity (its predecessor had a 3200 mAh battery). The internal memory options will be of 16/32/64 GB with a microSD card slot of upto 128 GB, and there will be a 3 GB RAM. For the connectivity options, almost all the features will be available which are out till now, and most probably all of the model will have the LTE support. The phone will run in Android 4.4.3 KitKat OS (since there is no symptom of new major update version of Android OS release, at least before the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 4).
We’ll update you further with anything we hear about this device, keep in touch!