Samsung SM-N910 reportedly the Galaxy Note 4, headed to all major US carriers
The entire mobile industry might be looking for the Galaxy S5 Prime on the horizon at the moment, but it seems like leaks about the Galaxy Note 4 might start showing up with an increased frequency. We recently heard of a device with model number SM-N910, which was tipped to be a variant of the Galaxy Note 3. However, it now looks like that device could actually the Galaxy Note 4 – according to evleaks, the SM-N910 will be making its way to all major US carriers, and will have 32GB of minimum storage for each.
That’s about all the details that are available, though we can look to previous rumors to paint a picture of what the Galaxy Note 4 could be. The fourth-generation phablet could have a curved display/new form factor, and in terms of specs, we could see a QHD (2560×1440) display and other hardware similar to the Galaxy S5 Prime (and even the Galaxy S5.) On the software side of things, a few new features that make use of the large screen and the S Pen stylus will likely be included, though as Samsung has done with the Galaxy S5, we could also see some existing features being made optional.
Besides AT&T, Samsung SM-N910 also coming to Sprint and US Cellular — 32GB capacity for all three. Could be Galaxy Note 4 variants.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) May 15, 2014