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Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 4 benchmarks show Snapdragon 805 inclusion

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Could this be what the Note 4 has in store?

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 4 benchmarks have emerged, revealing that the upcoming phablet will be powered by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 805 processor.

With the heavily rumoured Note 4 widely expected to be one of the first phones to run the new, high-power chipset, leaked AnTuTu benchmarks claiming to be from the Galaxy Note 3 follow-on have seemingly confirmed the CPU’s inclusion.

However, as has been the case with a number of Samsung’s recent smartphone offerings, the Galaxy Note 4 will be available in two flavours.

According to the leaks, the UK-bound Snapdragon 805 powered option to be joined – in certain territories – by a Note 4 iteration running the octa-core Samsung Exynos 5433 processor.

As well as highlighting the Note 4’s Snapdragon 805 power unit – a chipset which features in the recently unveiled and Korea exclusive Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A – the teased benchmarks have offered insight into a broader array of Note 4 specs.

Said to run Google’s Android 4.4.3 KitKat OS, the Note 4 specs sheet will reportedly be enhanced by Adreno 420 graphics, 32GB of internal storage and 3GB of RAM.

As teased in previous leaks, the stylus-hosting flagship has again been tipped to play host to an LG G3 mimicking QHD display.

The stunning screen, which features a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution, will line up alongside a Galaxy S5 copying 16-megapixel rear-mounted camera and an improved 3.68-megapixel snapper around front.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is widely believed to be heading for an IFA 2014 unveiling this September, with a release date to follow a month later. This launch window will see the high-end Samsung offering go head-to-head with the likes of the iPhone 6.

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Via: SamMobile

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