Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Launch in IFA Trade Show, Specs And Features
By Karla Danica Figuerres | April 11, 2014 3:28 PM EST
The new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone is displayed at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
Although Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is only a few months old, rumors about Samsung Galaxy Note 4 already emerge. Earlier, the South Korean tech giant confirmed the arrival of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 this fall suggesting may come during the IFA Trade Show launch.
For the past three Galaxy Note devices, these were all launched at the IFA in Berlin, Germany. According to The Korea Times, Samsung also considers the launch of Galaxy Note 4 in the same event by citing comments from a Samsung official.
Although this was not a confirmation of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launch, it is a possible option for the South Korean tech giant.
According to the same report, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will come with some fresh upgrades. It suggested that the next flagship device of Samsung will sport a 64-bit processor, Advanced-LTE, offering faster data speeds and support for HD and ultra-HD. Although details are not given, it is possible that UHD resolution will be 3840 × 2160 pixels.
The Samsung official further claimed Samsung Galaxy Note 4 might have a curved display as the South Korean tech giant has been exploring the idea of a curved display for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. But it is still not certain whether Samsung will be ready for the technology in time for the launch.
Earlier rumours claimed Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will have the same IP67 certification like Samsung Galaxy S5, which means that the device will also be water-resistant and dust-proof.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to hit the shelves around the same time that Apple is expected to reveal its iPhone 6.
The iPhone 6 is rumored to come at some point in the fall, which coincides with the possible release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was released after the launch of iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c.
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