Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 has been as good as launched, after a new leak revealed the device’s key specs.
The capacious handset promises to be an impressive upgrade on last year’s Note 3, with some serious improvements under the bonnet.
According to Indonesian retailer Erafone, Samsung is planning on using a 5.7–inch display with a 1,440 x 2,560 resolution which will pack 515 pixels per inch. If that eyeball–stroking screen doesn’t do it for you, then the 16-megapixel camera should.
There are set to be quad core and octacore models up for grabs, each rocking 4GB of RAM and with SD expansion up to 128GB.
That means you’ll be able to stash countless videos, pics and tunes and switch them easily from older devices. Android 4.4 rounds off the key features.
Samsung is due to hold a special event on September 3rd, before the IFA trade show in Berlin.
Expect to see these details confirmed then, along with a price tag and plenty of bluster about how this blower is taking the fight to Apple.