The Phablet war is getting tense in the market with the OEM giants releasing bigger and bigger Smartphones to lure the tech geeks. This quarter, the phablet war started with the Note 4 line-up followed by the Apple’s remarkably giant iPhones this year and bang entry of the Nexus 6 from the Google itself. As many OEM’s, Samsung also released the Galaxy Note 4 devices in many variants across many markets and it’s not that easy to keep track all the models.

There are many small mobile manufacturers who are struggling to launch a meager number of models every year, but the mobile giant Samsung brought the Note 4 with more than 20 variants (including Carrier variants) all over the world. The Note series is popular among the Phablet lovers and comes with many features that allow users to perform advanced operations which were once limited to a PC. Samsung took very careful steps to make the Note 4 more interesting and powerful by adding the latest hardware and software features.

Starting off with a 5.3 inch Note in 2011, Samsung now landed on a 5.7 inch Note 4 but with improved quality. The Note 4 comes with a Quad HD LED display which pleases the eye in every way, a 16 MP camera brings all your memories to your device. However Samsung chose to launch the Note 4 with both Snapdragon 805 and its own Exynos chipset, so not all the models come with the same hardware. So you can’t rely on the specs sheet on one device and you need to know the chipset of the device you’re buying.

Today we took time to list all the Galaxy Note 4 models which are available in the market along with the details like Carrier, firmware, chipset and dual sim support. Follow the ridiculously long list of all the Galaxy Note 4 devices across the world.

  • SM-N9100 (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [China]
  • SM-N9106W (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [China Unicom]
  • SM-N9108V (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [China Mobile]
  • SM-N9108W (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [China Mobile]
  • SM-N9109W (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [China Telecom]
  • SM-N910A (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [USA AT&T]
  • SM-N910C (Samsung Exynos 5433) [Asia,Europe,South America]
  • SCL24 (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [Japan AU]
  • SC-01G (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [Japan Docomo]
  • SM-N910F (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [Europe]
  • SM-N910FD (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [United Arab Emirates]
  • SM-N910FQ (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [Turkey]
  • SM-N910G (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [Singapore,Sri Lanka,India]
  • SM-N910H (Samsung Exynos 5433) [Asia-Pacific]
  • SM-N910K (Samsung Exynos 5433) [Korea KT+]
  • SM-N910L (Samsung Exynos 5433) [Korea LG+]
  • SM-N910P (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [USA Sprint]
  • SM-N910R4 (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [USA US.Cellular]
  • SM-N910S (Samsung Exynos 5433) [Korea SKT]
  • SM-N910T (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [USA T-Mobile]
  • SM-N910T1 (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [USA T-Mobile]
  • SM-N910U (Samsung Exynos 5433) [HongKong, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Chile]
  • SM-N910V (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [USA Verizon]
  • SM-N910W8 (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [North America]
  • SM-N910X (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805) [Demo Test]



  1. I want to know if the HonkKong N910U is international version or not ? Means will i be able to use that anywhere in the world ? If anyone can help ?

  2. I think 910H is the 3G only model it doesn’t support 4G.

    Is there any one who can confirm this ?

  3. Does it matter which one I get in the US? They don’t say WHY the different models?? I see 910C and 910H that say unlocked…..

  4. Good post, thanks! Do you know how dramatically varies the performance from a N910F and a
    N910H (network and processor). The differences of prices in the UK are quite
    big! Thanks again.

  5. This is quite ridiculous if Asia will not get Note 4 with Snapdragon 805… There is one more model circulating which is N910S… please update us on it… with its processor…

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