Samsung has gotten a lot of attention for its Galaxy Note 4, with critics praising the device for an unmatched value. Sure, the Galaxy Note 4 is undoubtedly a powerhouse, and if rumors are to be believed, Samsung could launch a new variant of its best selling device with a Snapdragon 810 chipset.
Word on the street is that Samsung is preparing to announce a special variant of the Galaxy Note 4 with an upcoming Snapdragon 810 processor. Of course, the idea does make enough sense, if Samsung is serious about making the Note 4 an ultimate device for corporate houses.
The device in question has been reported as Samsung model SM-N916S. The original Note 4 represents the SM-N910 series, while the Note Edge is SM-N915 - so SM-N916S could be the much rumored Galaxy Note 4 with a Snapdragon 810 processor under the hood.
Notably, the benchmark data clearly shows the device's SoC as an MSM8994 - that's the Snapdragon 810 processor. As previously reported, the Snapdragon 810-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 4 might come to South Korea first, followed by select countries sometime later next year.
Just for the reminder, the Snapdragon 810 is Qualcomm's latest premium chipset, with a 64-bit octa-core CPU with an LTE-Advanced Cat 9 multimode modem. The modern day chipset is likely to be a part of Samsung's 2015 flagship Galaxy S6, LG's G4. HTC's M9 and more.
Recently, Qualcomm landed into controversy when the company signaled a major issue with the Snapdragon 810 chipset. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!