Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910) already listed by a Korean carrier

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910) already listed by a Korean carrier
Expected to be officially announced on September 3, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is definitely one of the most anticipated large-screened smartphones of the year.

It’s believed that the Note 4 carries the model number SM-N910 - with slightly different variations that you can see here. As of June, Samsung itself is listing an SM-N910A on its official website, mentioning that the device has a display with 1440 x 2560 pixels (Quad HD).

Today, we stumbled upon another somewhat official sighting of the SM-N910: one of South Korea’s mobile operators, namely LG U+, is listing a Samsung SM-N910L on its website. While there’s nothing more than this model number to be seen on LG U+’s website, its presence there might mean that the Note 4 will be available shortly after its announcement.

It’s said that the screen of the Galaxy Note 4 won’t be larger than the display of the Note 3 (pictured above) from least year, thus measuring 5.7 inches. Of course, the increased pixel resolution (1440 x 2560 versus 1080 x 1920) will result in much sharper images. High-res display aside, the new Galaxy Note should feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3 GB of RAM, a 16 MP rear camera with optical image stabilization, and possibly a front-facing camera of around 4 MP.

source: LG U+ via Blog of Mobile (translated)

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Galaxy Note 4
  • Display 5.7 inches
    2560 x 1440 pixels
  • Camera 16 MP (Single camera)
    3.7 MP front
  • Hardware Samsung Exynos 7 Octa, 3GB RAM
  • Storage 32GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 3220 mAh
  • OS Android 6.0 Marshmallow
    Samsung TouchWiz UI



25. Arte-8800

Posts: 4562; Member since: Mar 13, 2014

Even it destroys Apples A7 Cyclone

22. lpratas

Posts: 398; Member since: Nov 09, 2011

And where is the Exynos 5433 with Arm Cortex A57 architecture? What i know is that the Arm Cortex A57 and the Exynos 5433 it's more powerful than the Snapdragon 805 and the Adreno 420. This 64 bit chipset from Samsung has a gpu more powerful than Adreno 420, the Mali T760. With 16 cores reaches the 326 gigaflops and perhaps even more with more frequency. Enough of 32 bit Snapdragon chipsets which aren't a major upgrade.

24. Arte-8800

Posts: 4562; Member since: Mar 13, 2014

Finally someone who has sense of humour and understands the mighty power of Exynos E5433


Posts: 2315; Member since: Jul 30, 2011

I'm with you, I'm actually disappointed in Samsung; this is a very Apple'esque-type upgrade - not really worth it. If it were not for my mighty S-Pen, I'd switch to the HTC One Max (which is on par with my Note Trois, except bigger screen)!

21. Grenmad

Posts: 38; Member since: Jun 06, 2014

Is it also released in the next Oculus Rift?

17. GreekGeek

Posts: 1276; Member since: Mar 22, 2014

Snapdragon 805 isn't really a major jump from the 800. You Note 3 owners need to calm your upgrade itch, your device is fine for the next couple of years or so. You can install a Note 4 custom ROM from Team Electron eventually and feel like you're using one. Wait for the 808 or 810 instead.


Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

Ahh yes, "wait until the next gen" comment. While you wait, you might as well wait for the Snapdragon 900 processor or even the 910.

19. 0xFFFF

Posts: 3806; Member since: Apr 16, 2014

This really is a moment in time when chip evolution is slow or even stalled. So for some people, it does make sense to wait longer for the phones with Qualcomm's newer chips. That said, the 805 can be implemented in different ways. It could be Samsung has implemented it in the Note 4 using the full max bandwidth available. This is greater than what is available in the 800/801. How much it makes a difference to the end user, I don't know.

15. Arte-8800

Posts: 4562; Member since: Mar 13, 2014

JakeLee has been sent away for 7days vacation by PhoneArena. "he is limited"

16. Jinto

Posts: 436; Member since: Jan 15, 2014

Yippee, less comments space wasted...

20. PapaSmurf

Posts: 10457; Member since: May 14, 2012

You're welcome guys. Are you excited for the Note 4 or are you going to pass? What's the phone you have your eye on?

23. Arte-8800

Posts: 4562; Member since: Mar 13, 2014

Note4 Exynos version Big note series fan, and Exynos fan.

4. Ninetysix

Posts: 2967; Member since: Oct 08, 2012

Any other difference from S5 LTE-A other than size and digitizer support?

6. Dr.Phil

Posts: 2578; Member since: Feb 14, 2011

Optical image stabilization, better front facing camera, and more than likely some exclusive Note software applications.

8. Tizen007

Posts: 575; Member since: Jan 07, 2014

LOL I just can't see the real Dr. Phil sitting in front of his computer typing that in.

9. azalucel

Posts: 141; Member since: Dec 27, 2013

Why would he type it he has s voice from his note 3

11. billgates

Posts: 555; Member since: May 29, 2014

Or talk to type that is available on most newer Android phones

12. Cicero

Posts: 1166; Member since: Jan 22, 2014

Availability? Do you know where to buy a S5 LTE-A? S5 is Korea exclusive.

13. banglazbless

Posts: 146; Member since: Feb 05, 2014

You can get a s5 lte-a from 28 mobile unlock but you'll pay a pretty penny.

3. MrKoles

Posts: 368; Member since: Jan 20, 2013

Oh sweet Jesus, that QHD Super Amoled will put every other phone to shame.

5. Mreveryphone

Posts: 1886; Member since: Apr 22, 2014

Yeah that QHD SA is going to be a beast. Let's see how they handle the saturation...

7. UglyFrank

Posts: 2200; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

Broadband LTE -A S5 had an even better screen than the regular one, I'm sure it will be amazing

10. AstronautJones

Posts: 305; Member since: Aug 01, 2012

And the amoled screen used for the Tab S reportedly has much better color accuracy as well. I would be surprised if the Note 4 didn't follow suit.

1. latinlegend

Posts: 35; Member since: Apr 25, 2014

Release the kraken

2. KingDingaLing

Posts: 324; Member since: Oct 11, 2013


14. ponnbu

Posts: 18; Member since: Aug 01, 2014

But in the film the kraken died so easily.

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