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Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 leaks from the very wild!

So, we finally get a glimpse of the impending Samsung phablet flagship smartphone and the company's next generation Galaxy Note handset, that will be reportedly dubbed as the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. In the past article on the South Korean multinational manufacturer, Samsung seems to have been teasing their International Franchise Association Press Conference invitation with a theme of the firm's looming Galaxy Note smartphone.

Accordingly, today courtesy of GSMArena and one of their dedicated reader of the website, we get see the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in some clear looking large photographs. First of all, we do take a look at the front of the phone, that is very similar to the current generation Galaxy Note 3 smartphone, featuring the touchscreen glass panel, couple of capacitive buttons under the sheet of glassware, again with the traditional physical home button of Samsung style. And when we do look at the back of the yet to go official smartphone, we can see that, Samsung hasn't played much with the material around the rear side, attributing almost identical plastic battery door with the faux leather pattern running over it, but without the stitching motif on the sides like it's predecessor. The design this time is much alike their another impending phone, Galaxy Alpha from the leaks.

The side frame of the phone also looks to duplicate the rumored metal construction from the Galaxy Alpha device, where it is believed that some sort of metal (mostly aluminium) will be implemented and should replace the plastic build for forthcoming Samsung devices and this phone here is one from that kind of fleet. Apart from the material used in building the next Galaxy Note smartphone, we can also sight the holster, that's holding the S Pen, an USB 3.0 port and holes for speaker on the bottom side of the device. Towards the top, there's a more square shaped room for the camera lens kept aside the LED flash and heart rate sensor, which is placed parallel to the phone's primary shooter and the Samsung branding to the middle portion of the unit, as usual.

Alongside the snaps of the phone, the source also shows us how Samsung is preparing the new packaging box for their approaching smartphone, Galaxy Note 4. The box has also got the name, "Samsung Galaxy Note 4" imprinted on the front with the picture of the phone, staging a new color shaded wallpaper and dates like Tuesday 15, September, lamentably which is not again a Tuesday but a Monday. What should we take from that mistake? You tell us in the comments below.

Lastly, to keep you reckon folks, Samsung's new Galaxy Note 4 will come with Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, speeding at 2.5GHz and also in Octa-Core Exynos 5433 chipset (depending upon the markets), Adreno 420 Graphics Processing Unit or ARM Mali-T760, (again variable at arrivals), 5.5-inches or 5.7-inches Quad High Definition screen of 2560 x 1440 or 2K resolution display, 32 gigabytes of internal mass storage (expandable via microSD card slot), three gigabytes of Random Access Memory (RAM), 16 megapixels main snapper on the back with ISOCELL lens technology and dual-LED flash lights, capable of 4K UHD video recording feature and siting a 3.69 megapixels front facer, along with Bluetooth 4.0, Near Filed Communication (NFC) and 4G LTE network connections support, a 4,000mAH powered battery and runs Android's version 4.4.4 KitKat with Samsung's own TouchWiz User Interface on top.

Source: GSMArena