The new generation from the high-end line of phablets Samsung Galaxy Note is named Samsung Galaxy Note 4 released this fall. The smartphone itself is a powerful and very capable modern device, fully packed with features and capabilities of a flagship. Recently Samsung launched a new color version of the phablet outfitted with red shell. The latest news from Samsung reveals that a new more powerful and faster variant of the smartphone is coming soon. It is dubbed Samsung Galaxy Note 4 LTE-A.
The new phablet stands out with the extraordinary feature for support of the blazing fast LTE Advanced Tri-Band Aggregation connectivity. In numbers, this means that the Galaxy Note 4 LTE-A supports download speed of 300Mbps. The phone works on three different frequency bands blended in one. This is the first smartphone that supports LTE-A Category 9. The speeds that can be reached with this connectivity are up to 450Mbps. At the moment there aren’t operators that provide this connectivity, however in 2015 this is expected to happen.
Apart from the advanced LTE-A support, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the same as the original model. It is endowed with a 5.7-inch screen Super AMOLED with a resolution of 1440 x 2560p. Rumors say that the new device will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chip which will be the most powerful processor integrated in a mobile device. Samsung has not confirmed this information however recently the device was spotted in benchmark database listed with 64-bit architecture Snapdragon 810 chipset.
The launching of Galaxy Note 4 LTE-A is expected in January. It will be released in its homecountry South Korea. The phablet will join its sibling Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A released earlier this year. There are rumors that the Galaxy S5 LTE-A will land on markets across Europe. We will wait and see.
Source: Samsung Tomorrow