Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has leaked again, this time in the famous AnTuTu benchmark, that reveals its specs. We already knew the bulk of the device’s features, but nothing official was seen till now. This model is expected to debut at IFA 2014 on September 3rd.
The device was caught running Android 4.4.4 out of the box and it comes with, 3 GB of RAM and either Samsung Exynos 5433 (octa core) or a Snapdragon 805, depending on the version you buy. The screen resolution is 1440 x 2560, on a 5.7 inch diagonal if previous leaks are correct. This would bring a ppi of over 500, which is pretty impressive. The phone will also offer 16 GB of storage, together with a microSD card slot as usual.
Specs haven’t been confirmed by Samsung, but IFA is only 2 weeks away, so we’ll get the confirmation pretty fast. While various pictures or renders of this phablet have surfaced on the web, we have yet to see its stylus in real detail. I’m curious if this model will keep the fingerprint scanner and heart rate sensor from the Galaxy S5 or even bring that rumored retina scanner we’ve heard about.