I’m running out of words and titles to describe and analyze the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 concepts we receive. Seeing how we’re a month and a bit away from its launch event, I’d like to start seeing some Note 5 renders, if possible… Till that happens we’ve got your run of the mill Note 4 below:
So, we’re dealing with a 5.8 inch phablet with a Quad HD resolution and a 4000 mAh battery. That’s dangerously close to a tablet battery, so that’s admirable. At the back there’s a 16 megapixel camera with ISOCELL technology and just as rumored, there’s a Retina Scanner on this model, as well as a Snapdragon 805 processor, or the Exynos 5433 alternative. OIS is also supported and a brand new minimalistic and flat UI is layered on top of Android L, I guess.
The form factor is pretty basic: rectangular with rounded top and bottom part. I also expect 3 GB of RAM here, as well as 16 or 32 GB of storage, a microSD card slot, NFC and LTE. The front camera has got to be a good selfie taker, so maybe it’s been bumped up to 3 MP or 5 MP. The proportions of the phone are off, especially with the bottom part so close to the screen and without a Home button, Samsung’s “trademark”…