Did the Galaxy Note 4 just pop up on the internet?


Just like in previous years, Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 4 at this year’s IFA in September. Though almost three months away, we’re already seeing more and more reports on the upcoming phone. These reports seem to indicate that the upcoming 2014 phablet will have the model number SM-N910.

A SM-N910A device popped up both on Samsung’s website, in form of a User Agent Profile mention, as well as on India’s Zauba, a website tracking import and export activities. The SM-N910A could very well be an upcoming AT&T version of the phablet, meaning that Samsung has started testing it out in real life, in India.

The report mentions a 5.7-inch screen, just like its predecessor, but with increased resolution, one of 1,440 x 2,560, which corresponds to QHD. That is all there is to it, for now, but previous rumors claimed that there might be two versions of the device: one with a regular, and one with a curved screen.

Galaxy Note 4

Source: Zauba, Samsung
Via: SammyToday, PhoneArena

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