A new report from ET News backs up the previously rumored claim that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will arrive in early September, shortly after its announcement.
It’s hard to believe, but 2014 is already a little over half of the way through, and what a year it has been. So far we’ve seen some pretty impressive flagship handsets from Samsung, HTC and LG, as well as some other interesting mobile announcements including Android Wear, Android Auto and Android L. The year might be in it’s second half, but there’s still plenty to see. Easily one of the biggest Android-related announcements of this year will be the unveiling of the Galaxy Note 4 at IFA in September. As the date approaches, we have already seen the rumors related…
Samsung officials have indicated that the company is working hard to recover from its poor Q2 earnings, whilst rumors suggest that the company won’t be holding back on the Note 4′s hardware.
Samsung has been developing the health and fitness component of its high-end smartphones, and now it’s reportedly taking the concept a step further with the addition of an ultraviolet sensor on the Galaxy Note 4.
Reports from Korea suggest that the Galaxy Note 4 is ready for mass production, with a release date set immediately after the IFA announcement in September.
According to AnTuTu, the octa-core Exynos 5433 SoC scores more than 40,000 points in the benchmark test, compared with the Snapdragon 805′s 37,780 points.
Two versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have shown up on the AnTuTu benchmark database, one featuring an Exynos 5433 SoC and the other packing a Snapdragon 805.
LG might have been the first “mainstream” OEM to embrace QHD, but a new web profile published by Samsung hints that the Korean giant may follow suit with the Galaxy Note 4.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 might come with a curved display for a few limited markets, but a straight display for most. In anticipation of Samsung launching the Galaxy Note 4 at IFA in September, ‘people familiar with the matter’ are ramping up the idea that the Note 4 will come in yet another set of flavors, one with a curved display and one without.
According to a new report, Samsung will offer its next-gen Exynos processor with the Note 4 in Europe, with other markets including North America pushing a Qualcom Snapdragon 805 SoC instead.