Galaxy Note 4 expected to launch on September 3

By Nixon Kanali, Tue, 05 Aug 2014 10:15 AM

Samsung is reportedly expected to introduce its latest flagship phablet, the anticipated Galaxy Note 4 on September 3 ahead of IFA 2014 in Berlin.This is according to a detailed invite (It has already been pulled down) posted by Sammobile.


Although the invite doesn’t mention the Note 4, it is clear that the South-Korean giant is could be warming up for the launch. Traditionally launches the next iteration of the Note family at the IFA event, with the company launching the Galaxy Note 3 on September 5 at IFA last year.

A report published by Korea Times had also hinted that Samsung Electronics was planning to unveil the Galaxy Note4 at this year’s technology exhibition in Berlin, Germany, in September.

According to the report an official who spoke to the company said “Samsung is considering holding a launch event of the Note4 at the IFA trade fair. It is in the middle of finalizing specification details for the upcoming phablet,”

Korea Times’ sources had suggested that the South Korean giant is planning to soon send official invites for the reported September 3 launch event for the launch of the anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Samsung might be focusing further into the health and fitness matters as the Note 4 is said to come with an ultraviolet sensor, which can measure UV radiation and alert users about possible precautions they need to take through the S Health app.

Rumours suggests that the Note 4 will also have an eye scanner .The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to pack 3 GB of RAM, quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, and the same 16 MP ISOCELL sensor from the Galaxy S5 upgraded with Optical Image Stabilization.

There are quite a few interesting new features in the Note 4, at least for now. Well, all we will do is sit down and wait to see what Sumsung has in store for us

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