The smartphone is expected to be officially unveiled in September
Samsung has already established a pattern of launching its most treasured Android smartphones in February and September of each year. The Galaxy S and Galaxy Note family of smartphones are among the most popular of the South Korean handset maker.With the Galaxy S5 already revealed and about to make its debut on the market, Samsung is now starting to work on the next high-end smartphone in the Galaxy Note family.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has yet to be announced, but the first rumors on the phone's specs sheet have already started to emerge in China.
Before getting into the first rumors on the Galaxy Note 4, keep in mind that there's no way to verify any of these for the moment, so take it with a grain of salt.
Well, it looks like Chinese blog site CNMO has recently made some speculations regarding the specs sheet of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which are not backed by any proofs for the moment.
According to the cited source, the Galaxy Note 4 will be the first Android smartphone launched by Samsung to boast a 2K (2550 x 1440 pixels) resolution. CNMO claims that the Galaxy Note 4 might even be packed with a 4K display, but that's hard to believe.
Unlike its predecessor, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be dust and waterproof. These are features that have recently been introduced in the Galaxy S5 and work well enough.
Another innovation that might be used inside the Galaxy Note 4 phablet is the next-generation 20-nanometer technology for the RAM memory. CNMO claims that the smartphone will offer no less than 4GB of RAM, and with the new technology, it will allow the Galaxy Note 4 to reach blazing fast speeds.
Moreover, although Samsung failed to include the highly anticipated 64-bit processors inside the Galaxy S5, word has it that this feature will not be missing from the Galaxy Note 4, so we should expect a really powerful CPU to be introduced in the upcoming phablet.
The 20.7-megapixel main camera of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be able to record 4K videos and it will feature OIS (optical image stabilization) and LED flash.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be powered by a high-capacity 3600 – 3800 mAh battery and will run Android 4.5 KitKat operating system.
The last piece of information, or let's say speculation, is that the Galaxy Note 4 will be packed with 128GB of internal memory. If this proves to be true, then users will probably not need a microSD card slot anymore. What do you think about these rumors? Do they seem attainable for Samsung or are they pure speculations?