Samsung Galaxy Note 4 would eight-core and 64-bit processor

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With the first batch of devices in stores, it’s time to focus the view releases coming from the month of August. Of them, one of the most anticipated is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the fourth generation of one of the most successful families of the Asian company. Device we know officially relatively little, but rumors and leaks that have emerged we begin to uncover what may be the new flagship of the Asian company.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Specifically, the leaks come from AnTuTu, a popular benchmark for Android. Apparently, an alleged device under the model “Samsung SM-910S” and another under the model “Samsung SM-910C” have made the alleged performance tests, revealing its technical specifications:

SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 805/ 64 bits Samsung Octa-core Exynos 5433
RAM: 3 GB
Main camera: 16 megapixels
Secondary Camera: 3.68 megapixel
Operating system: Android 4.4.3 KitKat
Internal Memory: 32 GB
Screen resolution: QHD (2560 x 1440).

These technical specifications fit with what hope to see in Samsung Galaxy Note 4. A 3 GB RAM, like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, a 16 megapixel camera with ISOCELL sensor as the Samsung Galaxy S5, a QHD display as the LG G3 and future Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime … etc.

Special mention deserves the variant with SoC Exynos, as would be the first Samsung device to incorporate a processor with a 64-bit CPU, a trend started by Apple last year and so far, none has followed due to lack of SoCs with technology. This CPU also would have 8 cores big.LITTLE architecture, which could make this SoC in one of the most powerful today.

Interestingly Samsung again bet on two different versions with two different SoCs, something not done with the Samsung Galaxy S5 but it has done with previous models of the brand. The main reasons, as we all know, are the LTE connectivity and lack of stock of the Exynos.

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