Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 will be reportedly launched on September 25 globally. According to reports, the Note 4 will hit production in June-July and will be showcased at the IFA event, which is slated in the first week of September.
While the Note 4 rumours have been doing the rounds for quite some time, it's first time there's an information on the availability. According to rumours, the Note 4 will feature a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with QHD resolution.
It will be available in two variants – a Snapdragon 805 and an Exynos 5433 one. Both the versions will sport 3GB of RAM, 32GB storage. The Note 4 is expected to run Android 4.4.3 with the latest TouchWiz. The device will come with a 16MP rear camera and 3.68MP front-facing camera.
It may be recalled the Note 3 was globally released in September 25, 2013 in over 140 countries. Read Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review
The new information comes a day after the Note 4 was spotted in the benchmark scores. A new leak from the Antutu benchmarks database suggests that Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 4 which will be running the latest Exynos 5433 SoC.