Samsung has sent out invites to the Unpacked event Episode 2 on September 3, the hint “Ready? Note the date!” basically confirms the Galaxy Note 4 will be arriving at the event, a few weeks before the official IFA event in Berlin, where Samsung usually announces the Galaxy Note.
The event will take place simultaneously in three cities, Berlin, Beijing and New York. This is one of the first times London is not on the list, although we expect due to Berlin being in almost the same time zone, it will not bother UK fans of the Galaxy Note.
Samsung might be slumping when it comes to the Galaxy S line, with the fifth generation not doing well in global sales or popularity amongst Android fans. The Galaxy Note 4 should fix some of the issues, always the solid seller for Samsung.
Reports say the Galaxy Note 4 will stick with the tried and true 5.7-inch AMOLED display, this time coming with 2560 x 1440 resolution. Internally the Note 4 will run on a 2.4GHz Snapdragon 805 CPU, 3GB of RAM and Adreno 420 GPU.
The Galaxy Note 4 will feature a 16MP rear camera with optical image stabilisation, along with a 3MP front-facing camera. The phablet will support LTE, WiFi ac and will feature fingerprint, heart-rate and UV sensors.
Design wise, the Galaxy Note 4 should be the first metal device from Samsung, along with the Galaxy Alpha. This will be a new design change by Samsung, in order to impress all of the Android fans who praise the HTC One’s design.
Samsung will make sure the Note 4 is waterproof at IP67 certification standard. The trusty S Pen will be featured, along with all of the kinks and quirks of the TouchWiz UI, which Samsung will slap on the Galaxy Note 4.