Leaked specifications for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have emerged from an AnTuTu benchmark and it shows two variants with differing processing power on top of other key specs. They are most likely to make their appearance at the company’s IFA event on September as some of the most anticipated phablets for this year.
The information seen on the database of AnTuTu benchmark shows that there will be two variants set to run the show for the awaited Galaxy Note 4. The first variant, the SM-N910C, should carry a 1.3GHz octa-core Samsung Exynos 4533 processor that comprises of four Cortex-A57 and four Cortex-A53 cores. It will then be partnered with an ARM Mali-T760 GPU and an ample 3GB of RAM. The other one, the SM-N910S, is said to have a 2.5GHz Qualcomm-branded Snapdragon 805 CPU with Adreno 420 GPU and the same 3GB RAM.
We’ve recently reported on the Galaxy Note 4’s rumored specs, but the data above confirms some of these allegations. The device should also have 2K display with 2560 x 1440 resolution, 16MP rear camera that shoots 4K videos, and 32GB of storage space.
IBTimes also reported of the possibility for the Note 4 to have the first 64-bit architecture that aims to challenge the A7 processor of the iPhone 5S. In addition, it may come with a flexible display but no further details have surfaced as of yet.
Stay tuned as we get more updates on the arrival of the Galaxy Note 4!