This fall, South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung Electronics is expected to make official a new device in the popular Galaxy Note series of smartphones, one that will allegedly be called Galaxy Note 4, and some more info on the handset is now available.
According to a SamMobile report, the smartphone will land on shelves with a Quad HD touchscreen display and with a 16-megapixel camera on the back, and will feature model number N910.
Moreover, the news site claims that Samsung is planning the release of two versions of the device, one with a Snapdragon 805 CPU inside, and the other with an Exynos 5433 SoC. It will also sport a 2MP front camera, the same as Galaxy S5.
The Snapdragon 805 will land on shelves in North America, Korea, China and Japan, while the Exynos 5433 model will be released in the rest of the world, and will also sport Intel’s XMM7260 Cat. 6 modem.
In addition to sharing these details on Galaxy Note 4, SamMobile also unveiled that the previously rumored KQ / kqlte device from Samsung, the Galaxy S5 Prime, might have been cancelled.
Moreover, they claim that the G906 handset model that might be released with a Snapdragon 805 CPU and a full HD screen won’t be a true successor of Galaxy S5, but that it will arrive on shelves soon.
At the same time, they note that the Galaxy F hasn’t been confirmed as of now, but that it is likely to be released with the same hardware specs as a rumored “kcat6” Galaxy S5 successor, packing an Exynos 5433 CPU and the Intel XMM7260 modem.