Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the high-end smartphone that the South Korean mobile phone maker is expected to make official in early September at the IFA 2014 trade fair in Berlin, is as good as confirmed now, after a Korean carrier has decided to list it on its website.
The smartphone emerged at LG U+ in the country with model number SM-N910L attached to it, which falls in line with the previous reports on this smartphone. In fact, Samsung themselves have listed a certain SM-N910A device as of June, as PhoneArena notes.
The Galaxy Note 4 might go official on September 3 with a 5.7-inch touchscreen display capable of delivering a Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) resolution, as well as with a Snapdragon 805 processor.
Moreover, the phone is rumored to feature 3GB of RAM, as well as a 16-megapixel camera on the back (most probably the same camera as on Galaxy S5), and a 4MP front camera. The handset should run under the Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating system right from the start.
Samsung is expected to start sending out invitations to the phone’s launch event very soon, yet no official confirmation on its arrival at IFA has been provided as of now. Stay tuned for more on the matter.