News by Luke Jones on Monday December 29, 2014.
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Samsung is celebrating the New Year by ushering in a new smartphone, although this one has more than an air of familiarity. The South Korean giant has raised the curtain on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 LTE-A, an updated version of its phablet flagship.You may remember the company did a similar thing with the Galaxy S5, adding a quicker processer and better LTE connectivity earlier this year. Well, it's the same deal here with the Note 4 LTE-A getting a 64-bit Qualcomm made Snapdragon 810 as opposed to the Snapdragon 805 found in the G Note 4 proper. One top of that (and as the name suggests) it will get improved LTE thanks to a category 9 LTE modem that will enable download speeds of 300Mbps, double what the normal Note 4 can achieve. The device will be exclusive to South Korea when launched initially in January, 2015, although a European and North American variant sans the advanced LTE should come later on. source: Samsung
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