We’re all waiting anxiously for the IFA 2014 event in Berlin next month! Among the long list of devices we’re going to get a sneak peek at, the one we have our eyes on is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
With its upcoming launch impending, many leaks have been flying about regarding the flagship device. Well, one of the rumours have been confirmed. The Galaxy Note 4 will feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 as one of its processors.
The South Korean tech typhoon has always been known for releasing two variants of its flagship phones. One that runs on its own Exynos processor while the other variant usually is equipped with chips from another company which is usually Qualcomm. Previously, it was leaked that two variants having the Exynos chip and the other the Qualcomm processor was sent for testing.
This rumours was confirmed to be true with sources stating that Qualcomm has agreed to sell Samsung the Snapdragon 805 for Galaxy Note 4 at a reasonable discounted price. We’re not sure why the sudden courtesy but LG has been said to not be happy about this.
The Snapdragon 805 has been a usual choice for Samsung’s flagships. However, the company has yet to officially announce the chip being used in the Note 4.
What’s more, Samsung has applied for a trademark on the name “Galaxy Note Edge” which we believe might just be a new device in the Note line up with a wrap around display which was recently pushed into mass production.
We might have to just wait till September 3rd to really find out the truth.