Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specifications Leaked!

While the Indians are still waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S5 to hit the Indian Stores, there have been some alleged specifications of the Note 4!

As per the reports that have been released by a Japanese blog – – which sheds on light on the screen size, but we expect the Note 4 to feature the same screen size, as that of the Note 3, i.e, 5.7 inches, but with a higher resolution. Note 3 had a FullHD display (1920x1080p), but Note 4 is expected to have a 2K display, i.e, 2560x1440p. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is also expected to sport a 20.7MP read camera, which is indeed a big jump from a 13MP camera in its predecessor, Note 3. It is also rumoured to feature optical image stabilization, a feature which all the Samsung Fanboys have been waiting for since long.

Until now, the only phone with a 64-bit processor is the Apple iPhone 5S, but what we look here is Samsung’s Note 4 joining the line. Yes, that’s right Samsung Note 4 is also reported to have a 64-bit processor, with 4GB of RAM, which indeed is crucial to make full use of the 64-bit processor. Note 4 is also reported to have 128GB of internal storage options, along with the expected one (64GB) and would be sourced by a 3600-3800mAh battery and would support 4G & dual-band WiFi network.


Coming to the most important leaked information, the Operating System. It has been reported that Note 3 will run on the latest version of Android, i.e, Android v4.5, which shall be unveiled at the Google I/O this year, in June.

Talking about the features of this device. As per the reports, the chances of the Note 4 having features like Finger Print scanner and Heart Rate Monitor look slim. However, we expect the Galaxy Note 4 to be water as well as dust resistant.

Though there have been no official announcements about the device, but as per the information Note 4 will cost less than $800. But there have been no information about the release date about this phablet, all we can do is wait till any official announcements come up.


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