The successor to current Galaxy Note 3 is ready to go for mass production, suggests a new disclosure.

Quoting multiple stakehlolders, Korean site Newstomato reports that Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will enter mass production in June-July timeframe.

In keeping with tradition, Samsung is expected to follow similar release schedule like the Galaxy Note 3. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 3 on 4 September last year at IFA trade show in Berlin with a release followed soon on 25<sup>th of the same month.

The Galaxy Note 4, according to industry sources, will be released on 25 September. Besides, to achieve a quick release target soon after the IFA show, which is scheduled from 5 to 10 September, Samsung will have a busy month of August, notes Gforgames.

Samsung has been rumoured to introduce the Galaxy Note 4 on 3 September, prior to which the company is expected to send out invitation for an "unpacked event" in the middle of August.

If the aforementioned rumour turns true, then the Galaxy Note 4's release might clash with Apple's next iteration of iPhone 6, which is expected around the same time.

Coming back to the specifications, Galaxy Note 4 is expected to have two models numbers -- SM-N910S and SM-N910C. The former is said to be powered by Snapdragon 805 APQ8084 Krait 450 processing unit with quad-core processor clocked at 2.5GHz, paired with Adreno 420 graphics unit, whereas the later will use Exynos 5433 featuring an octa-core processor with ARM Mali-T760 graphics unit.

Both the variants will sport Quad HD screen resolution at 2560 x 1440 pixels, 16 megapixel rear camera and 3.680 megapixel front camera. The large-screen smartphone will have 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage.