Samsung Galaxy Note 4 alleged specifications leaked, tipped to come with 20MP camera, 4GB RAM and more
While the Galaxy S5 got released in certain markets recently, rumors about the next flagship device from Samsung have started hitting the web. Well, the talk is about the upcoming phablet – Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the next device to be launched in the Galaxy Note lineup. The Galaxy Note 4 could arrive with a better display than the Galaxy S5, reveals the new report.
As per CNMO, the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 could come fitted with a 2K display carrying 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution, which is a significant boost compared to the Full HD resolution in Galaxy S5. Also, the handset might pack a 20.7MP primary camera with the ability to record 4K videos.
Likewise the Galaxy S5, the Galaxy Note 4 is also believed to be water proof and dust resistant with IP certifications. There are gossips that the phablet might feature 64-bit processor under its hood, thereby being a tough competitor to the iPhone 5S, which also incorporates a 64-bit processor.
Other leaked features suggest that the Galaxy Note 4 will come with connectivity features including dual band Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of internal memory, enhanced battery capacity (3600-3800 mAh), handwriting recognition to unlock the handset and latest version of Android operating system (Android 4.5 or Android 5.0, whatever it will be called in final).
Usually, the Galaxy Note phablets are unleashed at the IFA expo in Berlin held in the third quarter. As Samsung launched the Galaxy S5 pretty early than the expected schedule, there is a chance that the phablet could also be unveiled early. We will keep you updated with more details about the handset soon as they surface online.