The specifics of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 are still largely shrouded in mystery, but one thing’s for sure: it’s definitely happening.
Heck, Samsung still happily lists the SM-N910A in the form of an official user agent profile, and now Korean network LG Uplus is getting in on the pre-launch confirmation action.
Over on the official LG Uplus website, we’re seeing a bunch of model numbers pertaining to, er, something or other, but the interesting thing here is the mere presence of something with model number SM-N910L.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 being the SM-N900, I’ll bet one Jan Stuhlmacher that the SM-N910L is the LG Uplus variant of the imminent Galaxy Note 4.
Previous Samsung Galaxy Note 4 whispers suggest the phablet will have a “new form factor” (that’s a quote from Samsung, actually), possibly including a three-sided display, while there might also be a “Premium” metal version.
Last year’s Galaxy Note 3 had a 5.7in display, and the Galaxy Note 4 is expected to follow suit, Samsung seemingly having established the perfect size for a “phablet”.
Other rumoured Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specs include a resolution of 2560 x 1440, super-fast processor and lots of RAM. What else, bro?