Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specifications

Ravi Kolhe | 3/11/2014 | |
The upcoming beast from the Korean giant Samsung, Note 4 is the trending topic among tech-geeks. After the announcement of Galaxy S5 at MWC in Barcelona, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the next Smartphone cum phablet in the line-up to be released by the multinational company in third quarter later this year.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specifications
Galaxy Note 4 is expected to cover up and remove all the flaws experienced in Samsung’s previous smartphones and is likely to come up with mind boggling specifications. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is also expected to have Exynos 6 Hex-core processor clocked at 2.3 Ghz along with 3,700 mAh battery capacity and boosted by 4 GB RAM.

An improvement in camera specifications is expected with 18 MP rear camera and 5 MP front camera along with features like Optical image stabilization, auto focus and 4k video recording. According to the rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will come with a newly designed S-Pen supported by Wacom digitizer-tech, but the air command & other commands will be modified, thus using the Galaxy Note will be more of a pleasure than pain.

Well with such a huge improvement in specifications from it’s predecessor along with stunning features it is expected to empty your pockets when it gets launched in August this year.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specifications
Galaxy Note 4 will have a all new Snapdragon-SoC processor that can bite through any tasks with much ease and coupled with a 4 GB RAM, the processes will run like butter.

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naomicas said...

Will you please tell me that it will be release by LG or Motorola as I came to know from one of the site that it will be release by Motorola"
So who is correct?

hannahlucy07 said...

Interesting post. Thanks for it.

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