Wickedleak Wammy Note 4 with 3GB RAM, 4G Support Teased for Launch on June 15

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    Wickedleak, the Indian smartphone manufacturer has announced Wammy Note 4, the successor to the popular Wammy Note 3. According to the company, the new device would be carrying 3GB RAM along with 4G LTE support.

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    Wickedleak Wammy Note 4 with 3GB RAM, 4G Support Teased for June 15

    It is slated to launch on 15th June and the company has already being teasing the device on its official social media channels.

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    The release of the Wammy Note 4 comes on the heels of the company's last device, Wammy Titan 4, a well-received handset rocking a 5 inch Full HD display.

    The most astonishing aspect of the Wammy Titan 4 is its huge 5330mAh Battery capacity. Despite having powerful specs the battery is able to juice up the device for up to 4 days.

    Wammy Note 4 will adopt an aggressive pricing strategy, just like its predecessors. The phone is likely to have the latest 64 bit processor and Wickedleak has revealed in the teasers that it will support TD-LTE and FDD-LTE 4G LTE bands.

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    Support for both LTE technologies is important considering the highly diversified spectrums seing held by Indian 4G operators. More details regarding the pricing, availability and specifications will be available on 15th June, 2015.

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