The rumors were right. Samsung revealed today the latest, updated version of the previous Galaxy Note 4, released three months ago. The new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 LTE A comes as a nice surprise, promising a 4G connectivity which can reach speeds of up to 450 Mbps. The new Galaxy Note runs on a Snapdragon 810, which is the first premium 64-bit chipset of QCOM 0.36%.
The CEO of Samsung and President of IT $ Mobile Communications Division, JK Shin said the company continues to push the boundaries and set new challenges when it comes to mobile technology. Shin said of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 LTE A that his company is looking to deliver the best user experience.
Some believe the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 LTE A is ahead of its time. That’s because the handset can reach speeds of 450Mbps, thanks to a 4G technology. The new Samsung smartphone is Category 6 compliant, making it fast enough to download a video of 700 MB in approximately 19 seconds.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 LTE A is not only the fastest smartphone available on the market at the moment, it’s also supposed to be the most powerful, according to its specifications.
The new Galaxy Note runs on the latest Snapdragon 810 chipset, bringing a 64-bit compliance and allows more RAM for a bigger memory bandwidth and for compatible apps. The new Snapdragon 810 allows Samsung devices and other Android phones to be compatible with the 64-bit, something Apple has done since their iPhone 5S.
The Snapdragon 810 not only sports a memory boost and an LTE technology, it also features a quad-core ARM Cortex A57 CPU and a quad-core A53 CPU. The chipset can be switched between the two, the former can be used for heavy use, while the latter can be used for lower power and more idle time, prolonging and improving the battery life. This new battery system is called “bigLittle technology”.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 LTE A also comes with an upgraded version of Adreno 430 GPU, which supposedly is faster than the previous Adreno 420 that was in the Snapdragon 805.
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