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Leaked photos and rumors of the Galaxy Note 4

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The web seams to be full of holes the last few weeks with all of the smartphones that have been leaked. There has been the iPhone6, a pair of Nokia Windows phones and the HTC W8. The one platform that seemed to be missing from the leak factory was any android-based smartphones. On Monday that absence was taken care of when GSMarena leaked the first photos and rumored specifications of Samsung's Galaxy Note 4.

The pitchers show the back panel will have a faux leather finish and metal frame giving the so called 'phalet' a professional portfolio look to it. Along the bottom there is a microUSB 3.0 port, S pen stylus holder, headphone jack and a speaker. The back also show a camera that is rumored to be a very respectable 16-megapixel. If you look next to the camera you will see a little sensor that is rumor to be a heart-rate sensor.

The one thing that is certain is that the Galaxy Note 4 will have a high-resolution 5.7-inch display. The rest of the possible specifications of the smartphone are a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 process running at a blazing 2.7 GHz, 3 GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a 3-megapixel front-facing csmera for 'selfies' and video chatting, a finger printer scanner and a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution on that big display.

The official announcement of the Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be made at a September 3 'unpacked' event to be held in New York, Berlin, and Beijing. The timing of the event will giving Samsung a jump on the IFA consumer trade show set to kickoff the next day in Berlin were they induced the original Galaxy Note in 2011.

When Samsung introduced that original Galaxy Note the standard for smartphones was 4-inches. When Samsung announced their 5.3-inch Note it was quickly dubbed a 'phablet' and dismissed as something that would never catch on in the marketplace. The Galaxy Note did succeed to catch on in the market helping propel Samsung into the smartphone leader it is today.

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