Following Galaxy Note 4 Leaks we get to know by Benchmarks that Samsung is working on two versions of the Galaxy Note 4, both found on benchmark tool AnTuTu’s Website. Coming to the specifications one of the models (SM-N910S) is expected to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 SoC while the other model (SM-910C) packs in with a 64-bit Exynos SoC.
Benchmark Screenshots reveal both of the models have 3GB of Ram, 32GB of Internal Storage, a 16-Megapixel rear camera along with 3.6-Megapixel front facing camera. Powered with 4.4.3 (for now) with a 5.7 Inch Display with 2K Resolution (1440×2560) and a rumored pixel density of 515 ppi.
Comparing the leaked specifications to the Note 3 all that is changed is:
- Display – 5 Inch 1080×1920 432PPI vs 5.7 Inch 1440×2560 515PPI (According to the leaks)
- SoC – Snapdragon 800 vs. Snapdragon 805 / Exynos 5 Octa Core 32-Bit vs Exynos 64-Bit
- Camera – 13 Megapixel vs 16 Megapixel (Rear) / 2.1 Megapixel vs 3.6 Megapixel (Front)
- Design – Flat vs Curved (According to the leaks)
While comparing two smartphones what mainly counts is Display, SoC, Camera and the Design of course which according to me makes Note 4 a big change in the world of Smartphones, tablets and Phablets and also gives a close competition to other 2014 Flagship Killers like the HTC One M8 and the Xperia Z2.
Coming to the release date, as we all know Samsung has been announcing all of the Galaxy Notes at the IFA, the Galaxy Note 4 is also rumored to be released at the IFA which kicks off in September.