Here we go, leaks are now coming fast and furious for the Galaxy Note 4. This morning we saw countless leaks of the device including the retail box and the actual phablet. Now we are seeing pictures of the front panel in the pictures below. Looking at the front panel here, it appears to be identical to the images that we saw earlier today. Giving those pictures more credit as to being the real thing.
As you can see from the panels, there's a cutout at the bottom for the home button, as well as cut outs for the camera and other sensors. It doesn't really look a whole lot different than we'd expect from Samsung, with the Galaxy Note 4. There doesn't seem to be anything here that would surprise us really. But I'm sure Samsung will have something up their sleeve for their September 3rd Unpacked event in Berlin. Which we will be covering as we always do. We're definitely excited to see what Samsung has to show us in a few weeks.
The specs of the Galaxy Note 4? Well we don't have all those details yet. But from the leaks we've seen, we're looking at a 5.7-inch QHD display (that's 2560x1440 resolution), along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 in the US and an Exynos 5433 in the rest of the world. Camera will probably get bumped up to 16MP to match the Galaxy S5 as well. We may see a larger battery, but not that much larger, I'd say around 3400-3500mAh. We'll also see all kinds of new features and goodies packed into the Galaxy Note 4, just as we saw last year with the Galaxy Note 3.
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