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Alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 4's Benchmark Reveals Specs

June 22, 2014

Andre Chan

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is probably just a little more than 2 months away from being unveiled and there are no shortage of alleged "leaked" specs floating around in the Internet. The latest came from Antutu Benchmark, a very well-known benchmark site for smartphone devices.

According to their benchmark results, the Note 4 (which is codenamed SM-N9105) will pack features such as a Quad HD screen with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, 3GB RAM, Adreno 420 GPU, 32GB internal storage memory, 16MP rear camera, 3.7MP front-facing camera and Android 4.4.3 KitKat.

The benchmark also suggests that there will be two variants of phablet one powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 and the other Samsung's Exynos 5433 processor. It follows the few previous Samsung flagships which were shipped in two variants (with Malaysia getting the Snapdragon with LTE variant)

See also: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 2 Variants, QHD Screen & UV Sensor?

Meanwhile, there were photos purportedly of the Note 4 circulating in the Internet a day or two ago which shows of a slim device with square-ish corners. The images have been confirmed as fake.

This is not the Galaxy Note 4

Samsung is expected to take the curtains off the Galaxy Note 4 come this September in their next edition of "Unpacked" event, with an eye for a release date later that month.


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Source: Mobile 88 Online (Malaysia)

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