The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is one of the most anticipated Android products waiting in the wings, but we’ve not heard too much about the future smartphone’s hardware so far. Fortunately, the Note 4 has just shown up on the AnTuTu benchmark database. In fact, two version of the device have suddenly appeared, one with a Snapdragon processor and the other making use of Samsung’s own Exynos SoC.
The two variants on AnTuTu have the model numbers SM-N910C and SM-N910S, the former of which is powered by an Exynos 5433 and the latter coming with a Snapdragon 805 processor clocked at 2.5GHz. According to the benchmark, the new Exynos chip will arrive with a next generation ARM Cortex-A53 and A57 big.LITTLE configuration and ARM’s top of the line Mali-T760 graphics processing unit. The benchmark listing also confirms the QHD (2560 x 1440) display report that we heard last week.
As for other hardware specifications, the Galaxy Note 4 looks set to come with 3GB of RAM, just like its predecessor, combined with 32GB of internal storage, a 16 megapixel rear camera, an upgraded 3.6 megapixel front facing camera, and Android 4.4.3. On the whole, the Galaxy Note 4 looks like a pretty solid upgrade to the Note 3, and will pack in some cutting edge hardware.
Of course, a benchmark is not the same as official confirmation, so things could change when the Note 4 is finally unveiled. What do you make of these preliminary specifications?