Rumors and hype for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have just started picking up, with a fairly large leak from earlier today moving things along. Now, we’re seeing not one, not two, but 22 different codenames for many variations of the allegedly-upcoming Note 4. This tells us more about availability and hardware as well, so let’s get right to it.
There are three main codename bases from what we can tell — SM-N910, and SM-N915. Those two names have already crossed our desks multiple times, so everything checks out. A bunch of different Samsung naming conventions are applied to these bases, with either a letter or a combination of a letter and a number added to each one to signify regional availability.
Without diving too deep into the details, let’s first iron out storage. Both 16 and 32-gigabyte models are expected to be available, with the US thankfully only seeing the latter on the major national carriers.
In terms of who will get it, customers of AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon in the United States will likely be able to get their hands on the 32GB model. The model numbers for these, respectively, are SM-N910A, SM-N910P, SM-N910T, and SM-910V. There’s a ton of global availability info as well, which we won’t dive into as far, but DoCoMo, KDI, and a Chinese version of the phone pop out at us when viewing the graphic below.