So we are nearing the official revealing of Samsung’s next beast, the Galaxy Note 4 and we are being piled up with rumours and reports. Previously, we were graced by some leaked photos of the Galaxy Note 4 and now we have some more information about the upcoming phablet, and this time, we don’t have more leaked photos, instead a leaked screen shot from the benchmarking app AnTuTu. The leaked screen shot is showing some key specifications of the phone. The specs that are displayed in the AnTuTu benchmark are already the specs we’ve been hearing for quite some time, it just proves a bit more solid proof regarding the technical details.
If the screen shot is taken into consideration, and is actually legit, then the Galaxy Note 4 will be featuring an octa core Exynos 5433 processor (There will be a Snapdragon 805 version considering Samsung decides to keep the tradition alive) , 3 gigs of RAM, 16 gigs of internal storage (here’s to hoping that Samsung releases a 32 gigs variant as well, just like the previous Note) there will be Android 4.4.4 Kitkat out of the box. Moving on, the screen size isn’t mentioned but the previous reports suggest that the Note 4 will have the same screen size as the predecessor (5.7 inches) However, the resolution is bumped up and now, the Note 4 will be having QHD resolution instead of FHD on its younger sibling. Continue Reading →