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Report: Exynos version of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to be more widely available this year

Report: Exynos version of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to be more widely available this year
According to a report published on Friday, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be available on its release date in a variant that features a 64-bit octa-core Exynos SoC. Thanks to the Intel LTE Category 6 modem reportedly employed on the Exynos 5433, Samsung will be able to offer this version of its phablet to more markets globally. The report adds that the Intel XMM7260 on-board cellular chip, will allow Galaxy Note 4 users to support speeds as fast as 300Mbps.

Despite the possible wider distribution of the Exynos flavored Galaxy Note 4, Samsung is expected to offer versions of the phablet powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon chip.  Both versions of the phablet recently were spotted on the AnTuTu website. One report suggests that this year, Samsung will produce an equal amount of Exynos powered and Snapdragon powered Galaxy Note 4 handsets. Besides the Intel modem, the Exynos 5433 SoC includes a Mali GPU that will represent a bump up in graphic capabilities.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 should be introduced at the IFA show in Berlin, which will take place in September. The phablet could feature a new design and might be the first Samsung handset to be pre-installed with Android L. 

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source: IBTimes

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