It's only a few short weeks until Samsung unveils the Galaxy Note 4, and rumor has it the Korean smartphone giant is swinging for the fences in hopes of regaining momentum. We've seen some images of what may be the Note 4, but specs have come in dribs and drabs. Now large Indonesian smartphone seller Erafone has posted a product page for the Note 4 with a full set of (possibly legit) specs.

According to the Erafone page, the Note 4 will pack either a Snapdragon 805 or Exynos 5433 octa-core processor, depending on the variant. The 5.7-inch AMOLED display will also be stepping up to 2560x1440 with this device. This may be the first phone with 4GB or RAM as well. However, the camera is staying put at 16MP, the same as the Galaxy S5. Erafon's page also lists 16, 32, and 64GB models, all with a microSD card slot. The price listed on the product page works out to a little over $800, but that might not be the price in other markets. You can see the page below.


This is all still rumor until the moment Samsung takes the stage at Unpacked, but these specs are believable. If this is accurate, the Note 4 is going to be something of a beast.

[Erafone via Phone Arena]