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Samsung to announce Galaxy Note 4 this year: Report

Samsung is reportedly expected to introduce Galaxy Note 4 in September this year and is expected to arrive with 2K resolution sporting display.

Samsung Electronics has just introduced the Galaxy S5 smartphone and now the company is in rumors for introducing the Galaxy Note 4 phablet later this year. As per the Samsung’s product introduction cycle, the Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be announced before the IFA Berlin 2014, reported CMNO.com. Samsung usually holds the Unpacked event before a major event to show the new smartphones and technologies.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 has been smoothly adopted by the Galaxy Note series fans and those who seek a powerful large screen smartphone. Following the same legacy, Samsung is expected to integrate some features of the Galaxy S5 in the upcoming Note 4.
Galaxy Note 4
Samsung may use a 5.7-inch touchscreen display with 2k resolution which amounts to 2560×1440 pixel resolution. The high pixel density touting display will also be protected with dust-proof and water-proof certifications.

While the rumors suggest that the Galaxy Note 4 would run the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 mobile chipset, we are putting our money on the Qualcomm 805 chipset which is basically Ultra HD supporting mobile chipset meant for premium smartphones and tablets. Meanwhile, Samsung is expected to complete working on its 64-bit mobile processor which might be included in the Galaxy Note 4 variant.

Samsung plans to put 64-GB on-board capacity and will offer memory card to support 128 GB micro SD card. The Galaxy Note 4 will feature 20 megapixel camera at the back with a capability to record 4K resolution videos as well. With this camera module, Samsung will also introduce the Optical Image Stabilisation. The Galaxy Note 4 will run the next major Android update out of the box.

We would like to point out that the aforementioned information is purely based on the speculations and should be taken with a grain of salt.

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