Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 4 phablet at a pre-IFA event in Berlin on September 3. With less than a month to the launch event, a set of leaked specifications and live photos reveal nearly everything there is to know about the company’s monster device, GSMArena reports.
As seen in the above photos, the phablet looks quite similar to the previous generation Galaxy Note 3 from the front. But it looks completely different from the sides and the rear. The side of the smartphone seems to boast a metal frame a la the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. At the back there is still faux leather, but with a different texture. Also seen is the heart rate monitor placed alongside the rear camera.
While we know that Galaxy Note 4 will flaunt a 5.7-inch Quad HD 1440p display, a new report further reveals that the phablet will be powered by a Snapdragon 805 processor paired with Adreno 420 GPU and 3GB of RAM. This makes the phablet a monster of a device, more powerful than many of the flagship devices available in the market.
Also featured will be a 16-megapixel rear camera, 4-megapixel front-facing camera, and 32GB of internal storage. It is also rumored that Samsung is working on multiple variants of the phablet, one of which will possibly feature curved YOUM display.
The publication further reveals a photo of what is claimed to be a retail box of the Galaxy Note 4. The design of the phone on the box is consistent with the above-leaked photos, which could make it authentic.
As mentioned above, Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Note 4 at the Unpacked 2 event on September 3 in Berlin. Alongside the phablet, it is also likely to unveil the Gear VR virtual reality headset, Gear S smartwatch, as well as its Google Glass competitor, called Gear Glass.