Samsung Galaxy Note 4 release date and specs buzzes are circulating online. Value walk conveyed that media reports from Korea indicate that the Galaxy Note 4 which is rumoured to include an extremely powerful camera unit will be released in September, 2014.
According to TechRadar, the Galaxy Note 4 will include optical image stabilisation, while online site GeekyGadgets suggests that the phablet’s camera will be in the 12-megapixel range although other sources have suggested that it could be a 16MP or 20MP rear camera. Report from ET News, supported the claim stating that Samsung opted for a 12-megapixel unit in order to keep the device’s housing as thin as possible. GSM Arena added that the phablet’s snapper will be coupled with a 3.7 MP front-facing piece.
“The reason for the change from a 20MP to a 12MP camera is allegedly Samsung’s desire to keep the Note 4 as thins as it can, while also having OIS on board,” wrote GforGames according to The Latino Post.
Leaks suggest that the Galaxy Note 4 device is running in an Android 4.4.3 OS. The Korean giant’s phablet is said to feature a QHD 2560 x 1440 display and 3GB of inbuilt storage space.
Value work reported that Samsung will likely release two versions of the Galaxy Note 4. One of the models will be powered by a new 8 core Samsung Exynos 5433 processor and the other one will be equipped with the more common Snapdragon 805. Rumor suggests that Exynos, which works faster, will be included in the premium model.
According to Latino Post, the next-gen phone is expected to be launched during the upcoming 2014 IFA Annual Congress in Berlin this September. Reportedly, claims suggest that the device should be entering production by July to meet the 5 million unit order Samsung has put in place for its alleged release date.
Samsung has yet to give their official statement on their highly-anticipated phablet. As of now, all assumptions remain as such.