Samsung next biggest phablet offering in the Galaxy Note series of handsets is still pending. However, going by the kind of rumors and leaks we are seeing for it, it won't be long before the device is made final for fans. And there are new rumors now to look ahead to.
According to reports, the next phablet in the series, probably Samsung Galaxy Note 4, is said to arrive with a front facing UV sensor that will offer tracking speed of 500 milliseconds.
First in line to grab the new information was Sammobile with its own source close to the matter. It writes: "Our source had also told us that the Galaxy Note 4 will pack a UV sensor on the front, a feature never before seen on a smartphone, and today we've got some more information on this sensor."
"Rather, it's only a tiny detail that we've learned, though it is something that should be filed under the rumor category - apparently, this UV sensor will be able to track UV rays/radiation every 500 milliseconds."
Sadly enough, that was the only bit of information that was revealed for the handset via the source. Moreover, there's no saying that what this UV sensor will be used for. Maybe it could "allow for better auto brightness when the phone is used outdoors, helping Samsung's continued attempts to improve the outdoor visibility of its Super AMOLED display."
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is currently set for a probable September release and is expected to be priced even more than the recently released Samsung Galaxy S5 handset.