A lot has been written and covered about Samsung's upcoming phablet flagship Galaxy Note 4 (lets leave the Galaxy F for a while here!). The handset has also been leaked several times online and yet again it has been officially highlighted on the company's Exynos Twitter account, hinting at an unexpected feature to be integrated in the mobile phone.
Reportedly, an image that has been posted on the Twitter shows the Galaxy Note 4 with a very thin bezel size and an eye, which is being analyzed by the phone. The tweet reads, "Security can be improved using features unique to us. That's what we envision. What would you use?"
So it clearly hints that the smartphone will come with some sort of retina scanner. This will be basically used to unlock the device or may be some private accounts in the phone.
Samsung has already used the fingerprint scanner for the same purpose earlier and now this one seems to be coming in the soon-to-be-launched flagship. However, things need to be clear a bit before we make any further judgments about the upcoming Galaxy Note 4.
While, the official specs of Note 4's are not out yet, but if rumors and leaks are to be taken into account, the mobile phone could feature a 5.7 inch QHD screen and could be launched in two variants depending on the SoCs.
One of the variants would be powered by Exynos 5433 octa-core processor with Mali-T760 GPU and the other one is said to feature Snapdragon 805 SoC with Adreno 420 GPU. However, both are reportedly said to come with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 16-megapixel camera, and Android 4.4 KitKat.
So far, the company has not spoken about the pricing of the smartphone and if rumors are to believed, then the unveiling of the Galaxy Note 4 would take place in September during IFA 2014.
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