The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to break cover in early September and we’re beginning to get a better idea of the smartphone’s hardware with each leak. Multiple leaks from last week indicated that the smartphone will come with an ultraviolet sensor as well as a retina scanner for added security. This new report from Korea suggests that Samsung’s upcoming flagship could feature an all metal body and a flexible display which has been in development for over a year now.
Other alleged specs of the smartphone include a 16-megapixel camera sensor with optical image stabilization or OIS. The inclusion of a metal frame for the smartphone is easily going to be the highlight of the device, if true. There’s no word on the size of the display at the moment, but we don’t think it will be any larger than 5.7 inches as the display on the predecessor was pretty large to begin with. It is said that Samsung Display has increased production of the flexible display panels by 50% anticipating the smartphone’s arrival.
It will be interesting to see if these rumors will hold true in September or if Samsung will take the easy way out and launch the standard Galaxy phablet that we come to expect every year.
Source: ET News