Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specs Show up in AnTuTu Logs

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is no doubt on of the most anticipated Android smartphones of the second half of the year. Even though the new Samsung high-end phablet is not expected to see the light of day sooner than September, leaks and reports of the device are hitting the web on a regular basis.

After we’ve heard about a week ago that Samsung might offer the Note 4 in two display variants, one with a standard flat AMOLED screen and the other with a curved display, now the smartphone has been spotted in AnTuTu benchmark database.

Just like it was previously rumored, AnTuTu is showing that the Galaxy Note 4 will be available in two processor variants: a Snapdragon-powered model and one with an Exynos SoC.

The AnTuTu logs also show that the model numbers of the two variants are SM-N910C and SM-N910S. The Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910C is underpinned by an Exynos 5433 SoC, while SM-N910S has a quad-core 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 805 CPU.

The Exynos chipset listed in AnTuTu is based on Cortex A53 and Cortex A57 big.LITTLE configuration and has a Mali T760 GPU. As far as I know, Samsung is yet to officially announce the new Exynos processor.

The benchmark database also talk Galaxy Note 4 display. According to it, the handset will arrive with a Quad HD (1440 x 2560) screen, which is a confirmation for previous rumors.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 technical specifications also include 3 GB of RAM (the same amount of RAM as its predecessor), 32 GB of native storage (most likely with support for microSD expansion), a 16 MP primary camera (rumor has it that it also integrates an OIS module), and 3.6 MP user-facing camera.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 units spotted in AnTuTu run Android 4.4.3, but chances are we might see the smartphone running a fresher Android version at launch.

Even though the benchmark seem to confirm most of the rumors that made the headlines over the past few months, we are recommending you to take it with a pinch of salt as nothing is official until Samsung says so.

What are your expectations for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4? Are you looking forward towards any hardware specs or software features? Please let us know in comments.

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