Here’s something for you phablet fans out there – reports of specifications have been going around, hinting on the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It’s said to come out with Qualcomm’s new 805 processor along with a QHD display. Read more about it after the jump.
As of now, here are the specs that we could see on the Galaxy Note 4:
5.7-inch QHD AMOLED display @ 2560 x 1440 resolution, 515ppi
Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 or Exynos 5433 processor
16MP rear camera (IMX240) with OIS
2MP front camera
Most of the specs rumored to make their way into the Note 4 gets somehow detailed on the display. It looks like Samsung is about to bump up its screen from Full HD to QHD with 2K resolution. Also, having more than 500ppi sounds like an eye-popping upgrade from the Galaxy Note 3’s current 388 pixels per inch.
For the processing power, the two variants are most likely to come depending on the country. The Qualcomm-powered Note 4 is said to be available for North America, Korea, Chinese, and Japanese (maybe Philippines too?), while other countries could be getting an Exynos CPU with an Intel XMM7260 Cat.6 modem for connectivity.
Camera department looks to be upgraded as well. The new Samsung phablet might be arriving with 16 megapixels, in contrast to the previous 13-megapixel sensor. It also has improved features like optical image stabilization and ultraviolet sensor.
The purported Galaxy Note 4 is said to be bundled together with another device (like a Galaxy Gear) when it launches and we’re looking at around September for that. The Note 3 has been a capable device that’s why it’s exciting to see these specs for the Note 4 and what it has in store for everyone. But as usual, nothing is final until the company announces it so stay tuned for more details.