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Samsung Teases Exynos-related Announcement on Twitter

Samsung took to Twitter today, looking to tease an upcoming processor for its Exynos lineup. From what speculation has been floating around on the web, an announcement for the Exynos 5433 seems most likely, which is reported to be the chipset that will power the upcoming Galaxy Note 4

Appearing in a few benchmarks, the Exynos 5433 is on the same level as the Tegra K1 processor from NVIDIA, scoring much higher in tests than the Snapdragon 805. However, it is said that at the time of testing, the Exynos 5433 was being ran on a device with a 2560 x 1440 resolution, while the Tegra K1 was on a device with a 1080p display. These details can greatly skew benchmark results, so we just have to wait and see what Samsung plans to unveil.

The Galaxy Note line is always one to be excited about, as Samsung usually goes all out in terms of specifications. We should expect to see a QHD display, 3GB+ of RAM, a massive rear-facing camera sensor, and hopefully an updated body design from the team at Samsung. Please, Sammy, no faux leather backside this time around.

Anything on your list as a “must have” for the Galaxy Note 4?

Via: SamMobile | @SamsungExynos
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    I want to see a similar back like the S5 I think it makes it look more attractive than the regular old poly-carbonate backing!!!

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  • M C

    As long as it is better than the note 2, and I can root it I’ll be happy.

  • Colin Huber

    I actually like the faux leather. It doesn’t slip, looks professional and doesn’t show fingerprints. Plus, I don’t mind the compliments on how unique it is.

    • jbal52

      I agree. The faux leather back resists fingerprints and is easier to grip. Much better than the shiny smooth backs on a lot of phones.

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  • RoboCop

    Dual speakers and water proof (including pen)

  • Dominic Giordano

    An LG rep came in today and I got to play with the G3. I was worried about dim screen and the performance of the 801 but I was absolutely blown away. He confirmed all US carriers would get the 32gb model. Its much snappier than my S4

    • Colin Huber

      Much snappier, interesting. So you’re telling me an S5 has lag right out of the box?

    • jboogie1289

      I went to my local Vzw store and picked up the G3. Salesman asked could he help me, I pulled out my Note 3 and asked if the G3 could replace it. He said NO WAY and I put down that thing and walked out.

  • AS

    The must have I would like to see on the note 4 is a complete cessation of wild speculation about features that are never going to see the light of day. Community speculation is ruining devices, when they finally get released they are a fraction of what expectation promised.

    Oh, and an option to install a gpe ROM on the device from day one.

    • Colin Huber

      Last year’s Note didn’t deliver on expectation?

      • AS

        The rumour mill had the note 3 with a flexible wraparound screen, ois camera, iris scanner, metal unibody chassis, and octacore soc.

        Instead we got a device that was just a minor iteration of the note 2, with a horrible fake chrome bezel, fake leather back with even uglier pretend cotton thread running around the edge.

        The worst part is the total Samsung lockdown, they even updated the 4.4 android release so it is impossible to revert back to 4.3.

  • bydavidrosen

    Waterproof. I’m sure it’ll be high end on everything else, but the G3 lost me when they left off the waterproofing. I’m sick of being scared of getting my phone wet.

  • Cael

    It going to have the dots!

  • Michael Suriel

    I don’t want to see another faux leather back just because I’m hoping for a design update from Samsung but I do like having it on my Note 3.

    • a) youth.in.asia

      You would trade the faux leather for a band-aid back?

    • Stephen D

      What I would love to see is a REAL leather back. Also, instead of the sides being fake metal, make them real metal. A phone with a real leather back and metal sides would feel very premium and would not be slippery like an all-metal phone.

      • Colin Huber

        I agree. The fake metal sides cheapen it slightly. I wonder why they do it? Keep cost down and mass produce? I feel like the Note line is still very much a niche thing, and doesn’t have the demand of the S line. I think metal would be a nice addition and I think Note lovers, people already willing to spend more for a phone, will be OK with tacking a bit more on.

        • AS

          You think the note is a niche device? I was under the impression that the note 3 was outselling the S5

          • Colin Huber

            There is no way.

      • AS

        I really don’t want leather anywhere near my tech, for me it feels tacky and mismatched. It is, however just a back cover. There should have been more options available from the start.

        Personally, I really like the almost rubber feel of my nexus 10. To me it looks good, and feels like a hi tech material that has been designed for a purpose. the grip you get from the surface makes the device comfortable to hold and gives me confidence that I am not going to drop it.

    • Colin Huber

      Agree with all of that. Good post.

  • AngryBadger

    Just curious… but does the difference in processors/chipset affect performance and app compatibility at any ‘deal-breaker’ degree? it would suck if it knocked off an hr or more of battery time / app crashes for minimal improvement speed wise. I am completely green in this subject so perhaps my worries are for nothing. Find it curious that Samsung has these differences (or is it not exclusive to them?).

    • hkklife

      Just as much as the performance concerns, I worry about charging time/speed. I have gotten really spoiled by Qualcomm’s QuickCharge tech and I still shudder to think of how long it takes my Exynos-based Nexus 10 to get juiced up. I think the newer Exynos SoCs are better in that regard but no one has quite topped Qualcomm it seems.

      • Dave

        That has to do with battery size as well. Maybe they have a similar feature incorporated into the new Exynos?

      • AngryBadger

        Good point. Quick charging is definitely great.

  • Travis Knight

    A brushed metal back instead of faux leather would be very nice!

    • dannyWHITE

      Then why not just get a G3?

      • Blasmonk

        The G3 doesn’t come with a stylus. The S-Pen seems to be the one unique feature that none of the other phablets have implemented.

        • Bryan Mills

          I’d venture to say hardly anybody uses it. Still gimmicky

          • AS

            Yep, I liked the idea, but found it unworkable in real life. I spent several hours drawing a bad sketch with it on a flight once, could have got the same results in 10 minutes with a pencil. Put the pen back in when we landed and never took it out again. Too fiddly on a small(under 10inch) screen

          • Colin Huber

            Definitely. Just makes you look cool. Or douchey? I like the device because of its internal power, battery life, screen resolution, limited bezels and screen size. The pen is just a cool toy.

      • Travis Knight

        If I wanted a G3, I’d get it; but I don’t.

      • Kayungjoo

        this may be a shocker, but some people don’t like lg, moto or nexus phones.

        • Not sure how your logic extended G3 to the entire Moto brand and Nexus phone line…. but okay then.

          • Kayungjoo

            That’s all this site is lately. A circle jerk about how great Moto x, Nexus and LG are. I’ve had just about every major phone for the last three years btw so think for 2 seconds before you call me a fanboy. I just enjoy my technology.

          • Uh, first off, I never said you were a fanboy, nor did I imply you are one.

            Secondly, if you don’t like the phones that this site endorses, you don’t have to come here to read about them… Not sure what you’re complaining about when coming to this website is completely your choice.

            Lastly, I enjoy my technology just like you do. That’s why we’re both here to begin with.

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  • Bryan Mills

    Qualcomm or bust. Exynos just isn’t good anymore.

    • Dave

      Clearly the tests they ran show otherwise.

      • Bryan Mills

        Samsung and benchmarks LOL

        • Dave

          Antutu has anti cheat built in now.

    • Maxim∑

      Actually exynos is pretty good, better in than the 801 in processing and on par with graphics. Samsung removed that stuff a while ago, plus antutu has a anti cheat version… Scores the same.

  • bobbyp

    “Anything on your list as a “must have” for the Galaxy Note 4?” yes make it a G3!

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  • Droid Ronin

    Chances are, we’ll end up with a Snapdragon processor stateside.

    • Inquizitor

      Exactly. Has a phone ever been released in the US with an Exynos? Genuinely curious, because I don’t believe so.

      • Bryan Mills

        Note 2

        • Inquizitor

          Huh interesting. How come Samsung doesn’t use their own chips more often, then? I think I remember there originally beign a problem with them and LTE in the states, but if the Note used it then I don’t know why the GS5 doesn’t too.

          • Dave

            They’re busy building Apple specified chip sets.

      • Blake Robinson

        Yes, there has.. Galaxy Note 2 Verizon

        • Bryan Mills

          All carriers*

      • SeanPlunk

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      Better always wins.

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        Yep, just like the 805 is significantly better than the 801. 40% + graphics processing power!!!

        Some carriers late ro the party are even still releasing phones with the last gen 801. It should still chug along ok, unless someone tries to pair it with a QHD screen then lag and heat city.

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