Since Samsung has already launched its 2014 flagship smartphone, we now await the launch of its new flagship phablet. The Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be unveiled this fall. Details about the phablet are scarce at this point in time and there’s no confirmation from the company itself about any specifications and features that it may have. Today purported Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specifications have been leaked by an unofficial source. One thing is for sure though, the Galaxy Note 4 is certainly going to be an Android powerhouse. We can expected to see mighty power package with improved camera and possibly a couple of sensors as well.
We have come across new exclusive information regarding specifications of the Galaxy Note 4 and other upcoming Samsung devices. Back in April, we posted about Samsung’s upcoming hardware platforms, and today we can confirm, and correct several points. While the “KQ” / “kqlte” device that was supposed to be an upcoming device, we can now confirm that this device in its particular form was probably cancelled. Suggestions about the Galaxy S5 being initially planned to be released with a “Prime” version, with the aforementioned specs, seems to make sense. However, according to industry reports, Samsung is ramping up 20nm production in high volume starting from July, thwarting these previous plans. Due to this delay, the Exynos 5430 seems to already have been superseded by an Exynos 5433 as its successor. We have yet to confirm what this change means in terms of specification differences, but expect it to be an overhauled and faster version. The chip goes by the “HelsinkiPro” codename, whereas the 5430 was “Helsinki”.