Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910 phablet details starting to emerge before it gets official later this autumn, likely at IFA 2014 in Berlin.
We’ve got a new round of Samsung leaks coming your way, you may remember a couple of weeks back, some news was received from a tipster detailing Samsung’s future tablet plans in a handy little table, well he’s back again this time with some info on the SM-N910 T (muscat) ” but you’re more likely to know it as the “Samsung Galaxy Note 4”
The info which appears on the tablet adds further weight to some of the information we’ve heard before concerning the purported Galaxy Note 4. Unsurprisingly, we can expect to see the Note 4 rocking a 1,440 x 2,560 qHD display with a 515 ppi density, but the screen will measure at the same 5.7 inches as the Galaxy Note 3, which has come as a surprise to some, because traditionally the Note has expanded in size every generation.
Perhaps, Samsung feel that increasing the screen size to upwards of six inches could be a step too far and might alienate some of their consumer base. As well as the incredibly sharp display, we can expect to see either a Exynos Hexa or a Snapdragon 801 processor depending on where in the world you purchase it.
Samsung may also make the Note 4 catch up with its relative the Galaxy S5 as well as the competition by adding IP67 dust and water proof certification as well as a whopping 20.1 megapixel camera to take on the likes of the Nokia Lumia.
As always take this info with a pinch of salt, as it’s of course still in the rumour stage at time of writing this. Is this the real deal? let us know your thoughts in the comment section and on our Twitter page.