Different CPUs and a flexible display on the Note 4? We wouldn't mind.
Andrei Calina | On 12, Jun 2014
Check out the latest rumors about the the next generation of Samsung’s phablet!
We know, it’s a bit too early to talk about the next member of the Samsung Galaxy Note line, but hey, if the rumors keep coming, we just can’t ignore them…
The Galaxy Note 4 could hit the market in two variants: one of them powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset, while the other one is going to be loaded with Samsung’s new Exynos 5433, using 20nm architecture. This means that the users would be able to use 4G+/LTE-Advanced networks, with download speeds up to 300 Mbps.
Also, when it comes to the display, there are sources pointing to the Youm flexible display, with a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, which Samsung could use on the Note 4. Still, we’re pretty skeptic about this, as the LG G Flex, one of the first handsets with a flexible display, has just a 720p screen.
Apparently, the phablet is scheduled for September, with a possible unveiling at IFA 2014, in Berlin.