Q3 2014 is upon us and Q2 nearing its end signals the arrival of the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Now, a benchmark test has been done on this fourth-gen phablet and users can get a better idea on what it has to offer.
For starters, there will be two variants. One is the Snapdragon 805 while the other is the Exynos 5433. Surprisingly, both chipset became second best to the Nvidia Tegra K1. However, between the two, the former scored 35,645 points whereas the latter scored 40,303 points.
It appears that when the Galaxy note 4 comes out, the Snapdragon variant will be coming to major market like England. As for the Exynos, it will be for the international variant.
In detail, the newer Exynos 5433 will be an octa-core processor developed by Samsung for Samsung smartphones. It is still unproven but the benchmark results sounds convincing.
Also, the Note 4 which is heavily linked to offer 2560×1440 resolution on its large screen. This will be operated by either the 6-cores Exynos processor or the Snapdragon 801. Other features include a 4GB RAM, 20.7MP rear camera, Android 4.5, 128GB storage, water & dust proof, fingerprint sensor and a heart rate sensor. All of these will be powered by the 3600mAh or 3800mAh battery.