What You Need To Know About Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Leaked Features And Specs

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Concept
The Galaxy Note 3 has been one of the most successful Android smartphone released by Samsung, and now Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is here. According to an insider speaking to Android Geek, the Note 4 was tipped to be unveil on September 3. The next-gen phablet is said to be appearing at a pre-IFA 2014 Samsung Unpacked launch event in Berlin before the trade show kicks off on September 5.
Rumour suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launch date may clash with the iPhone 6 which is expected to be revealed late August or early September.

Samsung will reportedly start issuing invites to the announcement in mid-August. So far, Samsung has been keeping Galaxy Note 4 details under wraps, although there have been rumours suggesting that the Note 4 will be the first handset to run the quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor.
It is thought to also have a larger 5.7-inch display, while another rumour suggest 5.9-inch display with a stunning 2560x1440 pixel resolution along with 3GB of RAM, 4K video recording capabilities and a 16-megapixel camera. Another rumour suggest that Note 4 is expected to comes with latest Android 4.5 OS with 64-bit processor, 128GB inbuilt storage, 4GB of RAM and 20.7-megapixel rear camera.
Various leaks also suggest the Android phablet may sport a Youm flexible OLED display. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is ready to blow your mind, better start saving now.
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