+ Saturday September 21st, 2019

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Samsung’s scattershot approach to releasing phones in multiple sizes and configurations, certainly came up a winner with their Galaxy Note series of phones and this September at IFA in Germany, we expect to see the fourth iteration. Overnight, it appears that the Note 4 has shown up in Antutu bringing two configurations

There’s two variants which have shown up, SM-N910S and SM-N910C, with the difference between the two being in the processor. The SM-N910S will be the Qualcomm variant, most likely destined for the international market, which includes a Snapdragon 805 and Adreno 420 GPU. The SM-N910C will be the Exynos variant, which the Antutu entry shows will come with an Octa-Core Exynos 5433 processor in big.LITTLE configuration, with a Quad-core Cortex A57 paired with a quad-core Cortex A53 processor, with ARM Mali-T760 GPU.

Specs for both models will include a QHD 2560 x 1440 display, which has previously been rumoured to be 5.7″ in size. Backing up the Snapdragon/Exynos processors will be 3 GB of RAM and there will be 32 GB of onboard storage but no word on microSD card expansion. Camera wise the rear camera will be a 16 MP sensor, with a 3.6 MP front-facing sensor.

Software wise, both handsets will come with Android 4.4.3 which could possibly be updated to 4.4.4 given recent developments and a three month window till IFA. The base Android OS will of course see the addition of Samsung’s UI.

The Note 4 will be a popular handset, with a wide range of people looking forward to the next version. It just remains to be seen what design Samsung will bring for the latest version of their super-sized stylus driven phone.

Does the Note 4 sound like your next phone with these specs?

Source: AnTuTu.
Via: GForGames.

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I dont like the new ui nor 2k resolution whats the point I was going to wait but ill ge the note 3 more practical

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