The day many of you (and us) have been waiting for has arrived. Samsung has finally unveiled its second flagship for 2014, the Galaxy Note 4 phablet. As it has historically done so in the past, the Unpacked event happened a tad earlier, before the official start of the International Radio Show in Berlin.

Those waiting to see a brand new design will be slightly disappointed, while those who preferred the looks of the Note 3 (and previous models), will be happy that there aren’t any major changes. You’ll have to check out the Galaxy Note Edge for that. However, we’re here to look at the internals Samsung packed inside the behemoth, so let’s check them out below!

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specs

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specs

Component Description
Screen size 5.7 inches
Screen type Super AMOLED
Resolution 2560×1440
Pixel density 515.3 ppi
SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 / Samsung Exynos 5433
Type Quad-core / Octa-core
Speed 2.7 GHz / 1.9 GHz (1.9+1.3)
GPU Adreno 420 / Mali T760
RAM 3GB
Storage 32GB
Expansion MicroSD up to 64GB
Camera 16MP with Smart OIS
Flash Yes
Front-facer 3.7MP
Battery 3220 mAh
OS Android 4.4.4
Bands Differ by country/carrier
SIM type Pending
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.1
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
NFC Included
Infrared Included
Sensors Gesture / Accelerometer / Geo-magnetic / Gyroscope / RGB IR-LED / Proximity / Barometer / Hall Sensor / Finger Scanner / UV / Heart Rate Monitoring / SpO2 (Dependent on market)
Build Pending
Size 153.5 x 78.6 x 8.5mm / 176g

Want more on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4? Check out our continuing coverage here!

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