It’s still two more months for the Galaxy Note 4 to get officially announced however many rumors regarding the device has already started flowing out. Today, AnTuTu benchmarks have revealed not one but in fact two Note 4 models which come with codename SM-N910C and SM-N910S.
The “C” refers to a Exynos 5433 processor version of the Galaxy Note 4 while “S” would naturally mean the Qualcomm Snapdragon version. The Exynos processor with be an octa-core one with a combination of Cortex A57 and Cortex A53 with maximum clocking at 1.3GHz. Both of the cores at the first ARM’s 64 bit cores giving an ultra fast performance. The GPU is listed to be ARM Mali T760 with a RAM memory of 3GB and 32GB of internal memory.
The Note 4 is listed to carry a Quad HD display with a 1440×2560 resolution similar to the one spotted in LG G3. The display is believed to be measuring 5.7” diagonally.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is believed to carry a 16MP camera sensor on its back along with a new Sony IMX240 sensor and optical image stabilization. The front camera is also believed to increase considerably to 3.68MP. Samsung has usually followed the trend of announcing its Galaxy Note series at the IFA Expo which would start on September 5th.