Samsung will be launching its fourth generation phablet dubbed Galaxy Note 4 at the IFA 2014 event to happen next month and there are numerous leaks regarding the same making rounds all over the online world. Now, a report by Korean Times claims that the Note 4 will launched on September 3, 2014 at the pre-IFA press meet.
As the Galaxy Note 4 is the main rival to the Apple iPhone 6 that is set to be launched later this year in two variants – 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch screens, the device is expected to come in a fast pace. And, it is a part of the South Korean firm’s strategy to release its offerings as soon as possible into the market.
Furthermore, it is likely that the Galaxy Note 4 will be coming with better specifications than the Galaxy S5 as the former will be including a 5.7 inch OLED display (a curved OLED screen variant presumably in the works). Besides this, the interesting part is that the phablet will be nestled in a metal frame instead of the highly criticized polycarbonate one. In addition, the Galaxy Note 4 is said to be the first smartphone to flaunt an ultraviolet sensor that will measure UV radiation levels.
The other specifications of the upcoming phablet as per the previous rumors include a QHD 1440p display and an Exynos 5433 or Snapdragon 805 processor paired with a large 3 GB of RAM that is seen before. It is also likely to arrive with a 16 MP primary snapper with optical image stabilization.
However, there is no means of verifying the authenticity of these gossips and we need to wait until Samsung reveals some details regarding the same.