Not content to already be one of the fastest phablets on the market, it seems things could be about to get speedier for the Galaxy Note 4.
Sammobilereports that a new version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is in the works, this time sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor on board. The 64-bit architecture of this chip means that it's already being pipped to appear in the next wave of premium handsets from the likes of Sony and HTC, so getting it out early could be a great boon to Samsung.
That said, rumours have been swirling that the chip might suffer a delay before it can be mass produced, something which Qualcomm has denied. But at the moment its still not hardware that's readily available, so we wouldn't expect the refreshed Galaxy Note 4 to launch for another few months. Sammobile also suggests that the initial release for the handset will be exclusive to Korea so we'll have to wait and see if it gets rolled out internationally.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launched in October 2014, if they follow tradition the next major Samsung handset will be the Galaxy S6, which should arrive some time in April 2015. More news as we get it.