Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd’s (KRX:005930) upcoming Galaxy Note 4 handset has appeared in the AnTuTu benchmark on Friday in two models, featuring the in-house Exynos processor and the Qualcomm-made Snapdragon chip.

According to the benchmark listings, which provided a sneak preview of the Galaxy Note 4’s key hardware specifications, the handset will come in two major versions, with one featuring a quad-core Snapdragon 805 CPU and an Adreno 420 graphics chip (model number SM-N910S), and the other featuring an 8-core Exynos processor and an ARM Mali-T760 GPU (model number SM-N910C).

In addition to the processor details, the benchmark also revealed that both versions of the Galaxy Note 4 will sport a QHD display with a resolution of 2560x1440 pixels. The device is expected to carry a 16 megapixel rear camera, a 3.6 megapixel front-facing camera, 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage capacity. The device is expected to run on the latest Android 4.4.3 KitKat platform.

note-4-antutu Samsung Galaxy Note 4 AnTuTu benchmark report. Photo: AnTuTu

Although the benchmark suggests that the Galaxy Note 4’s front camera will feature a 3.6 megapixel sensor, that configuration could be changed in the final product given the fact that rival products, such as the HTC One M8, already feature a five-megapixel front-facing camera, SamMobile reported.

Reports about the likely features and specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have been around for quite some time now.

In April, a Chinese blog reported that the Note 4 could be the South Korean tech giant’s first smartphone to feature a "2K" display with a resolution of 2560x1440 pixels. The device was also rumored to be water- and dust-proof, just like the Galaxy S5.

According to many earlier reports, the Galaxy Note 4 is likely to be unveiled at this year’s IFA Berlin in September.