To that end, we have a list of model numbers for the Galaxy Note 4 and while it does not give us any detailed specs, it does show that Samsung is keeping to its playbook where somewhere it reads, “build lots of devices and sell them everywhere.”
The Note 4 will have 16GB and 32GB models, but looking at the notations for AT&T, Verizon, and presumably Sprint (SPR) and T-Mobile (TMB), it looks like the US market will only be getting a 32GB model, carrying on the arrangement with the Note 3.
One notable item on the list is SM-N910A (for AT&T), which we reported to you about a week ago. Earlier today, we shared some AnTuTu benchmark details citing model numbers SM-N910C and SM-N910S. All those model numbers are corroborated on this new list courtesy of tech-leak-artist @evleaks.
Spec-wise, nothing new accompanies this leak, but at least we know that Samsung will essentially be building 22 distinct versions of the same device. We expect to see the Galaxy Note 4 take the stage later this summer, and we expect to learn a lot more about the device over the next few months, so keep checking back.