Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Release Date And Price Disclosed – To Be Launched On October 10

Ramish Zafar
Posted 2 years ago

Samsung launched the metallic Galaxy Note 4 yesterday at the IFA. The tablet boasted hardcore specifications, enough to satisfy any tablet lover. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comes with two processor options. These are the Snapdragon 805 and the Octa Core Exynos 5433, both of which cupled with 4 GB RAM are enough to run any performance intensive games and applications on the device.

This coupled with 5.7 QHD display and a 16 MP rear camera make for a very up to date device. Keeping this mind, many expected the Galaxy Note 4 to cost somewhere above $ 700. In fact, earlier speculation by a representative of Media Markt put the price tag on the Galaxy Note 4 at $ 940, after being converted from Russian rubles.

Well, we have more information about the Galaxy Nore 4’s price today, and this time it’s courtesy of the Dutch. Dutch publication Galaxy Hub has provided some new insight into the Galaxy Note 4 release date and price.

Dutch Publication Claims Samsung Galaxy Note 4 To Cost $799 And Released On October 10

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be released on October 10. In Europe at least. How much different will this be from the US release date is yet to be known. However, we can expect the device to be released here in the same time frame as well.


As far as the price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 goes, the device will cost 799 Euros off carrier. This also translates into $799 American. As many of you will have noticed, this is the same pricing for the Galaxy Note 3 last year.

The price tag of $799 might sound a bit too much, but keep in mind the top hardware specifications provided by the Galaxy Note 4. The Galaxy Note 4 also comes with an premium aluminum body as opposed to the plastic one found on earlier versions. So is the price increase justified? Seems to be so. Samsung’s known to cut prices down later anyways.

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