It feels like it was only yesterday when we were talking about the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5, trying to figure out what the handset had in store for us. Time passes by really quickly it seems, because the Galaxy S5 is now out and about, and it’s been available for a long enough period of time in order for us to shift our attention towards Samsung’s next big thing – the Galaxy Note 4.
As pretty much any gadget enthusiast would let you know, this year, Samsung is expected to unveil its 4th phablet in the “Note” series, and if history is any indication, then the Galaxy Note 4 will make its debut near the end of Q3 2014. Speaking of which, today we’ve dug out new reports concerning the Note 4’s whereabouts, so if you’re interested in the details, then join us below after a quick break.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Ready for Mass Production
Earlier today, the Korean media has brought the Note 4 into the headlines again, as the latest report suggests that Samsung’s upcoming phablet will be released worldwide in September, “immediately” after the IFA Berlin official announcement. More to the point, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is allegedly ready to enter mass production, and it will hit the conveyor belts sometime in the June-July timeframe.
In order to achieve the “immediately after IFA” release-target, the report is claiming that Samsung will have a very busy month of August.
Spec-wise, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be made available in two flavors, one powered by a Snapdragon 805 and the other boasting a powerful Exynos 5433 SoC which seems to outperform most of its competitors.
With the Note 4, the series also appears to take a first step into QHD territory, and if earlier reports are going to be proven right, then the SGN4 should also come in a new form factor.
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