Earlier on Friday, we learned about some killer leaked specs for the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 that confirmed it will be an absolute beast of a device. SamMobile has now followed up this Galaxy Note 4 leak with a new report suggesting that Samsung is not only working on two versions of the Galaxy Note 4, but that one of them might have an even better processor than the one that showed up in the most recent AnTuTu benchmark.
According to one of SamMobile’s sources, one of the Galaxy Note 4 models may feature an Exynos chip called the “HelsinkiPrime,” which SamMobile suggests could be “an even more powerful chip in store than the one benchmarked on AnTuTu.” That said, it seems a lot of details on this chipset are up in the air and SamMobile acknowledges that it might be the same SoC we saw in the AnTuTu benchmark but with a different codename than what we’ve seen before.
Regardless, everything we’ve heard about the Galaxy Note 4 so far suggests it’s going to be an absolute monster of a phone and rumored specs for the device include a 5.7-inch QHD display with a resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels and a 16-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization (OIS). Samsung will likely launch the device in early September alongside its “premium” Galaxy F smartphone.