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.
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.