Samsung Galaxy Note 4 To Be Announced Just Two Days Before IFA On September 3rd

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Looks like folks over at Samsung are in full gear for new releases and announcements. Just after the news of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha getting a release date of August 13th, now there’s word about the Galaxy Note 4’s announcement date. According to the Korean media, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be released on 3rd September. This is just two days before this year’s IFA. Samsung is traditionally known to launch its products at the IFA and this date gives it a nice window before Apple’s upcoming iPhone releases to market the Galaxy Note 4.

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Galaxy Note 4 Coming On September 3rd – Samsung Possibly Looking To Gain Early Advantage Over Upcoming iPhone Releases

The announcement date of September 3rd puts the Galaxy Note 4 well ahead of upcoming iPhone launches later that month. This gives Samsung plenty of time to capitalize on the media machine before the iPhone. As far specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 are concerned, the device is expected to come with a Exynos 5433/Snapdragon 803 processor. This is to be coupled with 3 GB of RAM and a 16 MP camera with OIS and an ultraviolet sensor. T

he display on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be 2560 x 1440 QHD. A variant of the device with a curved OLED display has also been rumored but whether that’s a possibility outside of Korea is still unknown. All in all, with reports of profits dipping, folks at Samsung need to do something fast and perhaps the Galaxy Note 4 is their answer. Lets see if the report’s true and what the Galaxy Note 4 will offer.

 

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