With the Samsung Galaxy S5 reportedly not selling as good as Sammy would’ve hoped, all attention is now focused on the company’s upcoming phablet, especially given the idea that the Galaxy Note 4 should step into premium build territory by borrowing certain design elements from the recently announced Galaxy Alpha.
As most of you should be aware of by now, the Korean tech giant intends to officially announce the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 at the IFA even in Berlin, on the 3rd day of September. Until then however, it appears that the company will attempt to draw more attention to its unannounced product, as the gadget’s promotional campaign has already started.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Promotional Campaign Has Begun
First and foremost, Digital World has recently shared a handful of pictures via its Weibo account, showcasing Samsung’s first public banners that hint at the inevitable release of the Galaxy Note 4. These ads popped up in the streets of Beijing Chang’an Avenue and while they seem to target the Galaxy Note series in general, the addition of the “Galaxy Note 4” moniker confirms what this movement is all about: increase product awareness for the upcoming phablet.
In addition, Samsung’s official Weibo account also informed its followers of a new ad that, once again, targets the Galaxy Note series. The promotional material comes in the form of a new video that’s been published on the company’s official product campaign page, where a virtual Samsung Galaxy Note 3 serves as a video player for the aforementioned ad. On the face of it, the Note 3 appears to be the main topic of the ad, as the handset in question is present in most of the shots. However, the last few seconds of the video are reserved solely for reminding us that a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is on its way.
As a quick reminder, the Note 4 is expected to pack a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560, a Snapdragon 805 / Exynos 5433 SoC, 4 GB of RAM and a 16 MP main camera with dual-LED flash and optical image stabilization.
Samsung already sent out press invites for the next Unpacking event which will be held in Germany at IFA on the 3rd day of September. The smartphone is then rumored to hit the market by the end of the said month, in an attempt to “steal” some sales from prospective iPhone 6 buyers.
Are you excited about the Note 4’s arrival? Do you plan on making the device your next flagship phone?