Samsung has been rumored to come up with the Galaxy F and the next generation Galaxy Note devices this year, and both these devices are quite familiar to most of the fans who have been following the company closely.
Although both have leaked several times in the past, the Galaxy F has stopped hitting headlines since a week or so, but the Galaxy Note 4 has come up to our notice yet again. This time around the focus is on the camera module that Samsung is going to use in the Note 4 smartphone.
Sometime ago the phone was leaked online revealing a 16 MP rear camera via AnTuTu's database. The new report, in fact, contradicts the information heavily. Report coming in from a Korean site etnews suggests that Samsung would be rather going in for a thinner frame and optical image stabilization rather than a 20 MP ISOCELL unit or the 16 MP one which we have seen in the Galaxy S5 already.
As far as the fans are concerned, back when the Note 3 was launched, many were looking for an optical stabilization which it lacked but with the recent report springing out of Korea, Samsung's next generation Note phablet could cater to that need of the fans by offering an OIS in the smartphone camera. But dropping of the camera resolution is highly unlikely. Speculation suggests that Samsung could manufacture the main camera module at the Tianjin factory.
If the availability f the handset is of major concern, expectations are that Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could be announced officially at the upcoming IFA annual tech show in Berlin in September, while market availability is said to begin on September 25.
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