With the Galaxy S5 already selling well on all the major carriers here in the US and all over the globe, it’s no wonder that rumors surrounding the Galaxy Note 4 are starting to heat up. Model numbers that leak out seem to be one of the more common methods news and rumors surrounding upcoming Samsung devices hit the web. Recently, model numbers for upcoming Samsung devices have been appearing all over the place, with the unannounced Galaxy S5 Active’s model number having been spotted in support pages all over the world and the SM-N910 model number having been spotted a little while ago, which could be a Galaxy Note device.
We had first heard that the SM-N910 could be a slightly different version of the Galaxy Note 3 headed to AT&T. Now, Mr Blass – aka @evleaks – has come out and said that the model number in question could very well be a Galaxy Note 4 variant for Sprint and US Cellular. Other than that, @evleaks has no further information for us, but it would make sense that Samsung is starting to put together all the pieces for a launch this Fall, especially if they’re going to be doing so a little earlier in order to better compete with LG’s upcoming G3, which looks like a very well-built device indeed.
Specs wise, it’s hard to say what the Galaxy Note 4 is going to bring to the table, but we’re assuming Samsung is to launch the device with a 2560 x 1440 display, again to compete with LG and to solidify the Note’s reputation as the absolute best that Samsung has to offer. Obviously, it’s a little early to be talking about the Galaxy Note 4 in detail, but with the G3 and a rumored HTC One (M8) Prime on the way, it sounds like Samsung will have a lot to compete with later on this year.