Samsung Galaxy Note 4 benchmark reveals specs

16 August, 2014

The latest iteration in Samsungís popular series of phablets, the Note 4, has gone through AnTuTuís benchmark paces. The image of the test reveals some of the deviceís technical specs. Much of it confirms what has already been rumored.

According to the leak, the Note 4 will be packing Android 4.4.4 out of the box, along with a Samsung Exynos 5433 Octa core CPU. There should also be a Snapdragon 805 version of the phone as well, if Samsungís most recent CPU trends are any indication.

The screen resolution will be set at 1440 x 2560, which will be a nice way to view photos taken by the handsetís 15.8 MP camera. If the rumored size of the screen is true, 5.7Ē, this would mean that the note 4 packs a ppi of over 500. While it may not be over 9000, this will still make for a pretty gorgeous screen thatís sure to impress. The phone will also pack 16GB of storage space, and even though it is unconfirmed, expect the device to come packed with a microSD card slot (as usual.)

Although the specs havenít been confirmed by Samsung, we wonít have to wait much longer to know everything there is about the Note 4. Come September 3rd, the Korean tech giant will reveal the phablet in Berlin at IFA.



Reader comments

  • AnonD-298649

Well i hate to argue with the Apple fanatics who apparently don't pay any attention to other cellphone companies because Apple "blatantly" stuck to its 4" screen until they released the iPhone 5 with a 5" screen in 2014. Meanwhile...

  • Anonymous

They have blatantly ripped off apple again here.. Apple bring out a bigger screen Samesung follows... typical!

  • Anonymous

Exactly. But iphone and ios lag all the time and have more crashes than any other system.