Two versions of the Galaxy Note 4 have been spotted in the AnTuTu database, one with a Snapdragon 805 and the other featuring an Octa-Core Exynos processor.
With the Galaxy Note 4 expected to debut at IFA 2014 later this year, rumors about the highly anticipated phablet have been churning away for months, but new benchmark results from AnTuTu give us a sneak peek on what to expect in the coming months.
Just the other day we saw the release of the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A in Korea packing a super-sharp QHD display and Snapdragon 805 chipset, which we predicted would be a good bellwether for the Note 4 – and if these AnTuTu benchmarks are genuine, we were right.
Looking at the leaked results we see that there will in fact be two variants of the Note 4, both of which will feature Super AMOLED screens with a 2560 x 1440 resolution, but different SoC’s depending on which region they are sold in. It is still unclear what size display Samsung is going with, but a user agent was leaked online earlier this week that indicates there will be no change over the previous generation Note.
First up, we have model SM-910S which will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 with a quad-core Krait 450 CPU clocked at 2.5GHz and Adreno 420 GPU, which should outperform the Adreno 330 by as much as 40%. At the time of testing, the SM-910S was running the latest Android 4.4.3 OS with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
Up next is model SM-910C, which features Samsung’s own Exynos 5433 chipset that packs four Cortex-A53 cores @ 1.3GHz, plus four additional Cortex-A57 cores clocked at an unknown frequency, alongside the new ARM Mali-T760 GPU and 3GB of RAM. We wouldn’t be surprised if this model was exclusive to Asian markets.
Both models will also sport a 16MP main camera – most likely the same unit found on the Galaxy S5 – with a 3.86MP front shooter, but this configuration could always change ahead of its release this Fall as there have been rumors that the Note 4 might feature an all new 16MP OIS sensor made by Sony.
Other rumors have indicated just about everything under the sun from a waterproof enclosure to a flexible screen like the one found on the LG G flex. Of course, the only way to know for absolutely sure is to wait until September.