Korean Media frequently publish breaking rumors about Samsung devices. The latest rumor is about the specs of the camera in the upcoming Galaxy Note 4. Reportedly, Samsung has will be using a 12 MP camera with OIS, rather than the 16 MP camera rumored previously.  The front-facing camera is said to be a 3.7 MP one. As all of these specs are still rumors, we won’t know for sure until Samsung formally announces the new Note.

At first sight this seems like a far fetched rumor. Samsung’s habit is to increase the quality of the camera from one flagship to another. The source is saying that Samsung wants to make the Note 4 as thin as possible and the lower-res camera is the best fit. Also implementing optical image stabilization might be easier with the 12 MP camera.

It sill seems more likely to me that Samsung will use a 16 MP Sony Sensor, as it was previously rumored. However, it is too early to give too much credence to any of the rumors. Samsung may not have finalized the the final hardware of the Note 4. All we can do is wait and see, we’ll be here to broadcast the news for you!

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