Heads up, phablet fans, because today a new report has surfaced that claims to have some new spec details on Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4.
According to SamMobile, the Galaxy Note 4 will feature the model number N910 and will be widely available around the globe, including on the five big U.S. carriers. The North American, Korean, Chinese and Japanese models are expected to come to market with a Snapdragon 805 processor at its core.
Also expected to be included with the Galaxy Note 4 is a QHD (2560x1440) AMOLED display of an unknown size. As for its cameras, the next Note will reportedly pack a 16-megapixel rear camera with a Sony-made sensor and optical image stabilization. A 2-megapixel shooter is expected to appear on the Note 4’s front.
The Galaxy Note smartphones are Samsung’s fall flagship products, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the fourth iteration come to market with high-end specs like a Snapdragon 805 and QHD screen to help it battle the likes of the LG G3 and other flagship smartphones. A 16-megapixel rear camera also makes sense since that’s what the Galaxy S5 is packing.
As for when the Note 4 will debut, it’s likely that we’ll see Samsung introduce its newest phablet at IFA in early September. That’s still a few months out, but considering how big a deal the Note phones are, I’m sure that we’ll hear quite a bit about it between now and IFA.
Are you interested in the Galaxy Note 4 as it’s described in today’s report?