Samsung is going to release its upcoming Galaxy Note 4 in September at IFA 2014, which will take place in Berlin. A new report says that the Galaxy Note 4 will most likely come with a 64-bit processor which confirms the earlier reports. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 will come in four colors which include the Copper Gold and Electric Blue shades.
We mention that Samsung’s Galaxy S5 which was considered to be a big hit in 2014, did not go very well in sales worldwide.
Two Processor Options
AnTuTu benchmark testing said that Samsung will most likely come with two different processing unit options for the Galaxy Note 4. Those two processors types might be: a quad-core (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) Krait 450 processor and a Samsung Exynos 5433 8-core processor.
Four Colors you can choose from
According to evleaks.at, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be available in “Copper Gold” and “Electric Blue” colors, besides the standard black and white color choices. The Galaxy S5 has the same color choices, and it seems that the company has “faith” in the upcoming phablet.
Curved or Flat Display
According to Korea Times, Samsung will release the Galaxy Note 4 in two variants: one with a flat OLED display and one with a curved OLED display. According to Wall Street Journal, it seems that this might be true since Lee Younghee, the executive vice president of Samsung’s mobile, said that the company might offer a flexible screen unit for the upcoming device.
It’s been reported that Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will come with a big display of 5.7inches, with a QHD resolution of 2560x1440pixels. The phablet will have a 12MP primary camera with optical image stabilization and a front-facing camera of 3.7MP. As for RAM, the Galaxy Note 4 will come with 3GB of RAM; however, it is rumored that it could come with 4GB of RAM, since the Galaxy Note 3 came with 3GB of RAM.
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