Possible Galaxy Note 4 Specs Appear in AnTuTu Benchmarks



Samsung has been pretty busy throughout 2014, the Galaxy S5 has been on shelves for a long time now, the Galaxy K and the Galaxy S5 Active are also now available. While Samsung has no plans to release the LTE-A version of the Galaxy S5, with that super-sharp 2560 x 1440 display anywhere outside of South Korea, Americans will have something even better to look forward to in the fall, the Galaxy Note 4. Every year now, Samsung has released a new version of their Galaxy Note device that practically defined the large screen category and offers users the best performance, battery life and screen real estate available.


This year's Galaxy Note 4 has already been rumored about for some time now, but some new information gives us some specs to work with. According to an AnTuTu Benchmark for a Samsung device with the SM-N910S model number, the Galaxy Note 4 will feature a quad-core Snapdragon 805, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and of course, a 2560 x 1440 display resolution. While the size of the Note 4 is still up in the air, we would be surprised to see Samsung going too much beyond the Galaxy Note 3's 5.7-inch display, but if they can keep the bezels on the device down we could end up seeing a 5.9-inch display.

There's also been another variant of the device, the SM-N910C with a Samsung Exynos 5433 octa-core CPU with Cortex A53 and Cortex A57 cores onboard and a max clock speed of 1.3 Ghz. We wouldn't be surprised if the Exynos version was to stay in Asia and other parts that don't have the same need for LTE as carriers often prefer Qualcomm's chips due to the company's great modems that allow for good LTE speeds. Still, it's interesting to see these specs leak out quite as soon as this and while there's nothing concrete to suggest that these devices are what the Galaxy Note 4 will become when it launches this Fall, this seems like the direction Samsung would be headed.

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