Samsung is about to launch a Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE model in South Korea. Sporting the model number SM-916, the latest version of the high-end phablet will hit the shelves in its homeland in mid-January.
Update: Samsung officially announced the new version of the phablet with faster 4G LTE connectivity. Curiously, there is no mention of the new model's chipset in the official spec sheet.
According to a recent benchmark database leak, the upcoming version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will pack 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset. The rest of the device’s specs will likely remain unchanged.
The new model will be capable of offering download speeds of up to 300Mbps via carrier aggregation. In theory, the speeds can reach up to 450Mbps.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE will be available on all major carriers in South Korea. There is no word on availability outside the country for the time being.
Koreans are a little Nazi-minded.Always make the best models for Korea and for the others sent a good half garbage.They send Note 5 to USA Edge 6 + to EU.Screw Edge + keep it for your self.Their official web site is terrible too, can't order anything...
did u know that some note 4 are 64 bit like mine
in Hungary, if you bought a Galaxy S4 from the T-Mobile, you got the normal, i905 version, but now, if you buy an S4, you'll get the i9506, with S800! we didn't know nothing about this tricky change, and of course the prize was the same