Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be released around September or October, but no exact release date has been announced yet. We believe Samsung will introduce it at IFA Berlin, but it’s just a rumor at the moment.
It seems like Galaxy Note 4’s codename is SM-N910 and it will most likely be available internationally by October, this year.
The Galaxy Note 4 is expected to feature a 2.7Ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 SoC, powered by four Krait 450 CPU cores along with a quad-core Adreno 420 GPU. It’s yet unclear if it will come with the same RAM capacity or it will be boosted to 4GB.
It should come with an internal storage of 32GB or 64GB, expandable by up to 128GB through the microSD card slot. WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, NFC, IR blaster, LTE Cat 4, WiFi direct, WiFi hotspot and DLNA are usual features nowadays so we’re pretty sure the Galaxy Note 4 will sport them.
We expect the Note 4 to come with the same camera as the Galaxy S5 and it might get an optical image stabilization too.
The rumors about Samsung’s upcoming flagship phablet keep flowing and we expect to see leaks of the actual device very soon, as its release date nears.
The Galaxy Note 4 should be just an improvement over last year’s Note 3 and we don’t think it will come with the flexible Youm display as some rumors indicate, but we should find out more pretty soon.
As you probably know, we’ve found out a lot of information about the Galaxy Note 3 very early last year from our sources, including the exact release date and we expect that to happen this year again.
Once we know more about the device we will let you know.