[Update: It's an Exynos chip] Samsung Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE with Snapdragon 810 will launch mid-January in South Korea

A new variant of the premier Samsung phablet, i.e., the Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE (SM-N916) is all set to launch in South Korea mid-January, which is roughly 20 days from now. We’ve leaked info about this device previously; if you remember, it’ll have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC to go with the large 5.7-inch display. The phablet will now offer a downlink of up to 300Mbps on this new variant (450Mbps in theory), and will be made available for major Korean carriers SK Telecom (SM-N916S) and Olleh (SM-N916K).

This will mark the launch of the Galaxy Note 4′s third processor variant; the phablet is already available in Exynos (7 Octa) and Snapdragon (805) flavours. Besides high-speed network goodness, this variant will also bring to the table 64-bit computing for the Galaxy Note series. What this also means is that the Note 4 S-LTE will be the world’s first commercial device to adopt the SoC. The release, however, is expected to be Korea-only for now.

Update: A new leak has revealed that the Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE is powered by an Exynos 5433 processor with the Shannon 333 modem, and not the Snapdragon 810 as earlier thought.

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umut31
1 year 10 months ago

SAMSUNG NOTE4 EXYNOSS 64BİT CPU PLEASE 64BİT 64BİT

umut31
1 year 10 months ago

Not ON WHY THE NUMBER OF SAMSUNG SAMSUNG PHONE USE US 64bit Processor Note4 EXYNOOS we did NOT REGRET CRIME BUT OUR MARKET while SAMSUNG PHONE SO TAKE .

umut31
1 year 10 months ago

SAYIN SAMSUNG NOTE4 EXYNOOS 64BİT İŞLEMCİSİNİ NEDEN AÇMIYORSUN BİZİ SAMSUNG TELEFON KULLANDIĞIMIZA PİŞMAN ETTİN AMA SUÇ BİZDE PİYASADA O KADAR TELEFON VARKEN SAMSUNG ALIYORUZ.

Unholyghost
1 year 11 months ago

Shannon 333 is Samsung’s own modem. Bye bye Qualcomm & Intel.

omerfcagil
1 year 11 months ago

Won’t we get 64 bit with Lollipop?

necobus
1 year 11 months ago

Not Snapdragon 810 :) mostly the same as the original note 4, but there are changes in the modem and equipped with Android lollipop

mostafa_wael98
1 year 11 months ago

now the quest is, which performs better, Exynos 7420 (4*1.9 GHz A57 + 4*1.3 GHz A53) or Snapdragon 810 [given that both are running Sammy's lollipop firmware] ?!
let’s see when it rolls out!

alastairgreen_Nexus
1 year 11 months ago

It depends and let’s wait for the release

alastairgreen_Nexus
1 year 11 months ago

But i will assume that it will be Snapdragon 810 as that processor is better optimised for high speed LTE-A at 300 or 450 mbps speed

lovecars
1 year 11 months ago

Looks like I’m gonna wait for a little longer to replace my Note 3. As it is, as I’m with Verizon, looks like verizon will not have Lollipop soon anyway… They remind me of Pontiac (i’m a car guy) with the Fiero which they made from 1984 to 1988. The 1988 was the best, once they got it right they discontinued it… That’s Verizon.. as soon as they update then the phone is not sold anymore and a new one comes out… LOL

Suo.Eno
1 year 11 months ago

Assuming if this model ever get to state side which I highly doubt in the near term. Can’t you change from Verizon where you at?

alastairgreen_Nexus
1 year 11 months ago

But he/she can buy it online if that what he/she wants

jacedevin
1 year 11 months ago

Ive been planning to buy a note 4 but do you think i should wait for this one?? And if i buy in korea will it work outside of the country.. I live in the philippines btw.

alastairgreen_Nexus
1 year 11 months ago

You can buy it online on sites like 28mobile if the device was released

jacedevin
1 year 11 months ago

Thanks

alastairgreen_Nexus
1 year 11 months ago

At last my predictions are true, that most Koreans can enjoy faster download speed due to consistent upgrades in which forces the manufacturer and carriers to upgrade in order to take advantage on increasing download speeds and processor clock speeds.

Suo.Eno
1 year 11 months ago

iirc in South Korea it’s the combo of their forward thinking state broadband policy + carriers that moves whatever level of comms’ tech up as fast as they can 1st, before handset makers and everyone else jump in. In short the right way to do it. Similar to how Japan does it and this is precisely why their the 2 leading countries at top internet speeds.

alastairgreen_Nexus
1 year 11 months ago

And that’s the thing i’ve liked in South Korea, Fast LTE-A and nice places like Seoul, Busan and Jeju Island and of course food.

 
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