Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Fresh Teaser Released; 1440 x 2560 2K Screen Resolution Confirmed On Release Date

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By Pavithra Rathinavel | September 2, 2014 11:19 AM EST

Samsung has been releasing a slew of teasers for the past couple of weeks. This time around, a new teaser focusing yet again on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4's S Pen stylus is out. In addition, a user agent profile pertaining to Samsung confirms the display details of the upcoming Note 3 successor. Also, the Galaxy Note 4 release date is slated for Sept. 3 in a Samsung UNPACKED event.

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Samsung flags are set up at the main entrance to the Berlin fair ground before the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin in this August 28, 2012 file photo. Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is emerging as a major player in its local debt market, buying more South Korean-issued bonds as it juggles a $60 billion cash pile. Samsung's push into private bank debt and government bonds underscores the challenges faced by the electronics giant in managing its massive cash holdings, with local banks reluctant to overload on short-term deposits from Samsung.

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Freshly leaked information by Samsung's user agent profile corroborates 1,440 x 2,560 pixels screen resolution on the Galaxy Note 4. The model number pertaining to the Note 4 is SM-N920T, according to Phone Arena.

The upcoming device will reportedly come bundled with an improved S Pen stylus, USB 3.0 port, fingerprint scanner and heart rate sensor. Furthermore, the Galaxy Note 4 will be the pioneer to house Qualcomm's superior Snapdragon 805 processor, says GSM Arena.

When it comes to salient specifications, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will reportedly feature a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display packed with 2K or Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) screen resolution. The device is expected to be powered by two killer processor choices. However, the processors are allocated based on regions and will not be a choice based on user needs. This includes a 2.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor and an octa-core Exynos 5433 processor bundled with four 1.3 GHz Cortex-A53 cores in addition to four Cortex-A57 cores.

However, there is no confirmation on the RAM configuration. Different reports point to either a 3 GB or a whopping 4 GB of RAM for the Note 4. Moreover, the phablet will house a 16 MP rear-facing camera unit with dual-LED flash and Optical Image Stabilisation. In addition, the Note 3 successor is expected to come equipped with 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB of in-built storage options. Similar to other Samsung devices, the Note 4 will support microSD card for expansion up to 128 GB.

In addition to supporting the regular connectivity options, the phablet will also support NFC and Infrared port. And it will be backed by a whopping 3600 mAh to 3800 mAh battery unit. The Note 4 will run on Android OS, v4.4.3 KitKat out of the box. Notably, earlier rumours pointed to Android OS, v4.4.4 KitKat. Even though Samsung confirmed the Note 4's announcement date, there is no confirmation on the specifications/features thus far.

Interested readers should check out the latest teaser from Samsung Mobile's YouTube account:

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Samsung flags are set up at the main entrance to the Berlin fair ground before the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin in this August 28, 2012 file photo. Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is emerging as a major player in its local debt market, buying more South Korean-issued bonds as it juggles a $60 billion cash pile. Samsung's push into private bank debt and government bonds underscores the challenges faced by the electronics giant in managing its massive cash holdings, with local banks reluctant to overload on short-term deposits from Samsung.
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