The Galaxy Note 4 has been making the headlines recently, popping up in benchmark results and showing off its mighty processing capabilities, and earlier this morning Samsung’s new device showed up again in the Korean media. According to reports from Korea, the Galaxy Note 4 will make its debut towards the end of Q3 2014.
If you want something a little more precise, the source suggested that Samsung will be releasing the 4th generation Note in September, immediately following the Note 4’s official announcement which will take place at the IFA in Berlin, which runs from 5th to the 10th of September. This corroborates a similar report that appeared earlier in the month, which stated that Samsung would be unveiling its Gear 3 smartwatch alongside the Note 4 at IFA later this year.
In order to stick to the launch schedule, the source also reports that Samsung has the Galaxy Note 4 ready to enter mass production. The handset, if I can call it that, is expected to hit the manufacturing belt any time between now and July, leaving just a couple of months worth of production time before the official launch.
We are expecting the Galaxy Note 4 to launch with plenty of high-end components, including a QHD display, Snapdragon 805 processor, and a variant with a new Exynos SoC as well. Samsung has notoriously had trouble with component delays in the past, so hopefully they’ve left enough time for a smooth manufacturing stage this time around.
Are you looking to get your hands on the Galaxy Note 4? Is September too long to wait?