WASHINGTON: As Samsung launch is flagship phablet Samsung Galaxy Note 4, new leaked image and report gives us a clue about the device.
The leaked report claims that the device will boost up with a 64-Bit processor which has been rumored rapidly for the device.
The 64-Bit processor which debut in Apple iPhone 5S, now rumored for long time for Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
According to recent reports and rumors so far, that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will come with a choice of either a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor or a Samsung Exynos 5433 chipset, which outperformed the Snapdragon 805 in recent AnTuTu benchmark tests, trailing only the NVIDIA Tegra K1.
Samsung has previously confirmed plans to launch smartphones powered by 64-bit processors this year, but the company has yet to confirm its much-touted Exynos 5433 processor. It’s possible that it is a 64-bit processor, but it’s purely speculative at this point.
Tipster, @evleaks, has now revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 “should be a 64-bit handset.” While it’s far from a real confirmation, the tipster’s excellent track record does add some credibility to the rumor.
As we take a look at the specs, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to pack at least 3GB of RAM, if not 4GB, as the current Galaxy Note 3 already comes with 3GB of RAM on board. Rumors also indicate that the device would sport a 5.7-inch display, which is the same size as the current Note 3, but with a bump up to a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels.
A recent report also claimed the Note 4 will sport a 12-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) and a 3.7-megapixel front shooter, although previous information had suggested a 16-megapixel rear camera like the Galaxy S5.
Samsung is widely expected to launch Galaxy Note 4 flagship phablet at the IFA 2014 trade show, which takes place this September in Berlin. The company will reportedly host its own event on Sept. 4, and the device will go on sale globally by the end of that month.
With nothing officially confirmed, however, take this information with a hefty grain of salt.