The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is already gearing up to be an exciting device of an later 2014 release. The South Korean news website believes that the Galaxy Note 4 will be the first Note handset with optical image stabilisation, and a slightly downgraded 12-megapixel camera.
It is contradicting the rumors flying around of a 20 MP ISOCELL unit or the 16 MP one the Galaxy Note 4 popped up with on AnTuTu’s database. The 12 megapixel OIS device will offer a thinner frame coupled with a 3.7 MP front-facing unit. The alleged specs include a QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) display of 5.7″ diagonal. The camera stays an uncertainty, we’ve heard of it being an OIS-enabled Sony- manufactured unit.
Many people were expecting the OIS camera unit to feature on the Galaxy Note 3 but to their disappointment, that did not happen. So people are now expecting the same from current flagship phablet Note 4.But this too appears a distant dream, as dropping the resolution to 12 MP seems unlikely.
Speculations are suggesting that Galaxy Note 4 unit will be manufactured at Samsung’s Tianjin factory, which could produce upto 3 million units per month. The Galaxy Note 4 is set to unveil in the first week of September at the IFA annual conference in Berlin and will be available in the market by September 25th.