The latest batch of potential Note 4 leaks comes to us straight from Asia. A listing for the device showed up at an online store, while in China Samsung is already promoting the device with billboards and online ads.
In the past, Samsung was quite successful at keeping the design of the Note series under wraps until their traditional release ahead of IFA. This year, the Galaxy Note 4 leaked extensively, and if this listing on Indonesian online retailer Erafone is accurate, Samsung will have a hard time surprising us with the phone’s specifications.
The specs listed on the site show few surprises: the key details are the 5.7-inch 1440 x 2560 pixels AMOLED screen, the choice between a Snapdragon 805 and an Exynos 5433 processor, 4GB of RAM, 16/32/64GB of storage, and a 16MP camera. There’s also a price tag attached to the listing, for the equivalent of roughly $800.
To be clear, online stores often put up listings for unannounced products, sometimes purposely for publicity and SEO juice. Even if this is the case with this particular device, the specs in the listing seem very plausible and the Note 4 official spec sheet shouldn’t differ too much.
There isn’t anything new in there, but the early ad campaign could mean that Samsung is indeed going to release the new Note earlier than in the past years. The latest rumor slates the Note 4 release date around September 15.