This year Samsung is pretty much planning to bring its next handset in its famous “Note” series and the rumors for the Galaxy Note 4 have already started catching much heat. We all know that Samsung is quite well-known for its Exynos processors and recently the company introduced its new octa-core Exynos 5433 chipset which comes with integrated LTE Cat 4 facility and much more. Now recent reports coming from IBTimesshow that Samsung might plan to bring this chipset to most of its Galaxy Note 4 models available globally. This chipset even hosts the Intel LTE Category 6 modem and with the Intel XMM7260 cellular chip on-board, the Galaxy Note 4 could facilitate its users to get faster download speeds of 300Mbps.

In addition to these Exynos versions, the Galaxy Note 4 could also be powered with the famous Qualcomm chipsets. Moreover, recently both the versions of the handset have been spotted on AnTuTu benchmark. In addition to the powerful Intel modem, the Exynos 5433 chipset also comes with Mali GPU which gives the device a considerable bump in the graphic capabilities of the device.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is very likely to be unveiled at the IFA show this year in Berlin, to be held in September. The Galaxy Note 4 could come with a new design along with the Google’s latest released Android L OS.