Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specifications Leaked

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specifications have reportedly been leaked. The report has come close on the heels of the launch of the rumored variant of Galaxy S5 during the IFA.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specifications

The report that has come from Sammobile says that the device will have model number N910 and that it will appear in two variants. These two variants are reserved for two different location groups.

The first of them will be for Asian countries like Japan, Korea and China apart from North America. This device will have a Snapdragon 805 SoC. The other flagship device will be for other regions in the world and will have Exynos SoC.

Samsung Logo, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specifications

There were no details about the specs of the processors in the report. However, the report does not forget to mention that Samsung said that the company will be using the upgraded version of the Exynos 5430 – the Exynos 5433. The upgrade still remains officially undeclared.

The Exynos 5433 is coded HelsinkiPro and Exynos 5430 uses Helsinki as its codename.

The report regarding Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specifications leak also speaks about the modem on Exynos version which will be XMM7260 Cat from Intel. Among the other specs comprise of a QHD AMOLED display with resolution of 1440 X 2560. However, the size remains unknown, but comes with added UV sensor.

There are two cameras in the device. The primary camera comes with 16MP capacity that is built with IMX240 shooter from Sony. There is also Optical Image Stabilization feature. The secondary camera is of 2MP capacity.

The leaked report furthermore talks about the Samsung Galaxy F or the Galaxy S5 Prime, which is the prime variant of the gadget. It is codenamed kcat6. It is built with Exynos 5433 SoC along with the Intel XMM7260 modem.

Stay tuned for more updates about the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specifications.

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