Samsung has already confirmed that it will be launching a new Note smartphone in the months to come and we’re pretty sure that it’s going to call the phablet the Galaxy Note 4. While that’s the only bit of official news we’ve got about the smartphone, a report has now surfaced claiming to have all the juicy details.
The details you’re about to see below come via Chinese website CNMO. First and foremost, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is slated to arrive with a 2K 3480 x 2160p AMOLED panel. We’ve already seen multiple devices come with UHD displays and even Samsung is working on a variant of the S5 with a high resolution screen, so this is pretty much possible.
Then there are claims of 4GB RAM and a 64-bit processor. There’s no word on what chipset the company will use here or whether it will be producing its own silicon. A 128GB storage option may also be on the cards along with a new 20.7MP rear camera and a battery capacity of around 3600mAh to 3800mAh.
Essentially, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be a larger Galaxy S5. However, we expect the conglomerate to stick with its etched leather design which was introduced with the current Note. The report suggests that the company will deliver a water- and dust-resistant design with the Note 4 which will be powered by the next version of Android (4.5 or 5.0?). There’s also mention of unlocking the device through handwriting.
We recommend taking the aforementioned specs with a pinch of salt as they’re not only early leaks, but yet to be authenticated. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to go official at the IFA 2014 in September. The company usually maintains a yearly launch schedule for its flagship devices, but seeing the Galaxy S5 and others get unveiled earlier than expected, the upcoming phablet could also have an early release.