Samsung unveiled its fourth generation phablet – Galaxy Note 4 at the IFA 2014 in Berlin earlier this month. Following the same, the vendor also announced that the phablet will be entering sale in US on October 17 and has opened pre-orders for the same. It appears like the Indian market will receive the Galaxy Note 4 ahead of US as it is alleged to be released here in the first week of October.
The Galaxy Note 4 flaunts a 5.7 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display that boasts of a screen resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The phablet comes in two variants – one with Exynos octa-core chipset and the other with quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor. Both the variants are coupled with 3 GB of RAM that can render efficient and incomparable multi-tasking capabilities.
The default storage capacity of the Note 4 is 32 GB that should suffice in storing all the necessary content. However, there is support for expandable storage up to 64 GB and free 50 GB of Dropbox cloud storage space. There is a 3,220 mAh battery capable of delivering a day long backup.
In terms of imaging, Galaxy Note 4 is given an advanced camera system comprising of a 16 MP Sony IMX240 main camera with Smart Optical Image Stabilization and dual LED flash. The handset is fitted with a 3.7 MP front-facing selfie camera with F1.9 aperture that can capture 60 percent more light, 90 degree shooting angle and 120 degree wide angle for clicking a wider frame of selfies.
Lately, media reports claimed that the Galaxy Note 4 will not be available for purchase via the online retailers. Hence, we can expect the Samsung fans waiting for the phablet to rush into the retail outlets from the first week of next month to grab the device, though there is no specific date mentioned.
|Samsung Galaxy Note 4
|5.7 inch, FHD
|2.5 GHz Exynos Octa Core / Quad Core Snapdragon 805
|32 GB, Expandable
|Android 4.4.4 KitKat
|16 MP/ 3.7 MP