Samsung Galaxy Note 4, a worthy successor to a successful device. Rumors about it are in the air and we will present you a little summary of it. Samsung offers a huge line of smartphones, and most of them are recognized worldwide. From that huge line, one of the most famous is the Samsung Galaxy Note series. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was a success for the Korean giant, as they sold more than 10 million units in just 2 months.
Starting from the display of the Note 4, it is rumored to feature a 5.7 inch PLS LCD instead of the Super AMOLED display, as switching to PLS LCD will cut the costs by as much as 20%. GSMArena reported that it will have a display with QHD (1,440 x 2,560) resolution and 515 pixel-per-inch density.
Further on, it is said that it will have a curved display; most likely featuring Samsung’s very own curved display, and also a patent filed by Samsung shows a very Note-like device with a bent display, and you can see apps or on-screen buttons, such as camera, email, settings and the back button on the image below. This will definitely a revolution by Samsung in their Galaxy Note series of smartphones.
We might see the Exynos Hexa or Snapdragon 801 chipset on the Note 4, and also a huge 4GB RAM under the hood. It will feature a 20 megapixel camera to go head to head with devices like Nokia Lumia 1020 and Xperia Z2. One of the main features of the Galaxy Note series is the S-Pen, which actually makes the Note to stand out from every other smartphone. The Note 4 will come with an improved version of the S-Pen. A new patent shows that how it can be used to launch application. Release date and cost
About the release date of the Galaxy Note 4, it is rumored that Samsung will unveil it on September 3rd, and Korea Times is reporting that Samsung will unveil it during the IFA show in Berlin. The previous 3 versions of the Galaxy Note were released during the first week of IFA, so it wouldn’t be a surprise if Samsung repeats the history. Galaxy Note is a premium Samsung series smartphone, so you can expect the Note 4 to cost around at least $800. We will learn more when Samsung officially launches the Note 4.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will pack a bunch of features, and it might be the best Note device to date. Will this be your first ever Note?