The Galaxy Note 4 is easily one of the most highly anticipated devices this year, and if the leaks are true, it might just live up to the hype. Today though the phone has made an appearance on an online shop from Indonesia revealing it’s possible pricing, and entire spec list. Now before we get started, let’s remember that price tags seen prior to launch are usually somewhat inflated, and in this case, it seems the opposite. The 9,499,00 IDR price tag translates to around $800, which isn’t too far off the price of previous Note models.
In this listing we also get to see the full spec list for the device, and it’s pretty much as expected. The phone packs a 5.7″ inch, 1440×2560 super AMOLED display with a pixel density of 515ppi. It does then seem that the Note 4 won’t bring a size increase over the Note 3, a disappointment for some I’m sure. Alongside that is the usual bands, as well as support for microUSB 3.0. The phone will also apparently bring a 16MP OIS camera with a dual-LED flash.
16, 32, or 64GB of storage will be included along with microSD card support up to 128GB. Depending on market, the Galaxy Note 4 will either have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor or an Exynos 5433 processor. To back that up, and simply to out do last year, the Note 4 will pack 4GB of RAM. Yes, 4GB of RAM. That’s a first for our smartphones, and a little over the top possibly.
Samsung is hosting an event on September 3rd to unveil the Note 4, so make sure to follow us for all the news on that. Are you getting excited for this phone?