Samsung is currently primarily in news for the latest Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone that it first revealed at this year's MWC 2014 event. And although the device is yet to gain the desired momentum, it is still expected to make it huge before the end of the year.
But enough said about the new S5, the company is still looking to bring out a new version of the Galaxy Note 3. The phablet offering, which gained so much popularity with the release of the first ever Note, is expected to arrive almost every year. And this year, it's no different.
So far news and rumors about the device are pretty less. But there are rumors and speculations doing rounds on the web that have hinted time and again about the arrival of the device. Although still everything is in a rumored state.
Here are the top 5 rumors for the next Samsung Galaxy Note offering.
Guessing by the fact that Samsung pushed the size of the last Note 3 phablet to 5.7-inch, we are guessing that the next Note offering will be even bigger. And if logic is taken into account, the Galaxy Note 4 should come with a 5.9-inch display.
Apart from that, there are suggestions that the Galaxy Note 4 could get rid of the Super AMOLED and use PLS LCD instead for the new phone. Although we are yet to receive more details.
The Galaxy S5 was rumored to arrive with a 64-bit processor, and now the new Note 4 is also said to arrive with a similar kind of processor. The device could also feature the Adreno 330 GPU, similar to the Note 3 and S5.
This one is a big if, but reports are claiming that the next Note could offer even higher 4GB of RAM, as compared to the 3GB offering of Note 3.
The Note 4 could be subjected to massive changes in the camera department. A previous report from ET News has already claimed that Samsung is developing a 20MP sensor for the next iteration of the Note phablet.
As we mentioned earlier, the Note 4 is massively expected to arrive at this year's upcoming IFA Berlin event in Germany. Previous to this, Samsung mobile chief Lee Young Hee told Bloomberg that it would be launched in the second half of 2014.