The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is beginning to make its rounds in the rumour mill as we get closer to its expected launch at IFA 2014. The device has been rumoured to be coming in two forms – the normal flat design and a curved design. It’s also rumoured that the device will be retaining the current generation’s 5.7-inch display.
AnTuTu, a commonly used benchmarking tool, has leaked details on the much anticipated follow up in the Galaxy Note series. It confirms previous rumours that we will be seeing two variants of the device – LTE-enabled Snapdragon and an Exynos powered device. The benchmarks reveal that the device will be running Android 4.4.3 (which we expect to be updated to 4.4.4 before release) and will be equipped with a 2560×1440 pixel display and a 4MegaPixel front facing camera and a 16MegaPixel. The variants differ in that they are run by 2 different processors, the first, the SM-N910C is running Samsung’s in-house Exynos 5433 Octa-Core processor clocked at 1.3GHz while the SM-910S is running the Snapdragon 805 clocked at 2.5GHz. Both are equipped with the 32GB of internal space and 3GB RAM.
Also further confirming the use of the SM-910 model number, well known tipster @evleaks has gotten hold of a a list of model numbers that seem to point to multiple variants of the device being released for different carriers in the U.S. as well as other countries, though Malaysia doesn’t have carrier locking of the phones, it is likely that we’ll be seeing the 4G LTE version of the device with the Snapdragon 805 being released here.