Samsung Galaxy Note 4 leaks in new images – Is this the real deal?

By Alexandra Burlacu | Aug 29, 2014 07:45 AM EDT

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 keeps leaking ahead of its official debut on Sept. 3, and a new set of images has now surfaced online.

Samsung's next-generation flagship phablet is one of the most highly-anticipated devices of this year and the rumor mill is working overtime trying to paint a picture of what to expect. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 should launch as a real powerhouse, worthy to be the successor to last year's top-notch Galaxy Note 3.

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Various leaks have boosted excitement ahead of the big unveiling, and purported images of the device have popped up before. Nevertheless, a new set of images now allegedly show the Galaxy Note 4, although it remains to be seen whether they are the real deal or not.

The newly-leaked photos come from Android Authority, which received them in its inbox as an anonymous tip. The new images fall in line with previous leaks, but it's still recommended to take everything with a grain of salt.

Just earlier this month, GSM Arena received a set of images allegedly showing the Galaxy Note 4. The photos in question revealed a similar design language to the recently-launched Galaxy Alpha smartphone, complete with what looks like a metal frame and a more square-ish body. The new photos from Android Authority now offer a better look at the front of the device, seemingly confirming what GSM Arena previously revealed.

Nevertheless, it could all turn out to be just an unofficial render based on rumors and speculation so far, which means that the actual Galaxy Note 4 may not look like this when it launches.

In terms of specifications, recent reports have indicated that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 would venture into QHD territory with a 2K display (2560 x 1440 pixels), pack a more powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor, at least 3GB of RAM, and other high-end specs and features all around to make it worthy of the flagship title.

It's all in the rumor state for now, but with just a few days to go until the official unveiling on Sept. 3 we'll soon know all there is to know about the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 4 straight from the source. We'll keep you up to date as soon as we learn more, but take everything with a grain of salt in the meantime.


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