Samsung officially sends invite for the 3 September 2014 Event in Berlin where company will be announcing next galaxy, Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Although Samsung didn’t said Note 4 announcement is schedule for this event but it is very much predicted, as all Galaxy Note series smartphone are announced at the Samsung Unpacked events in Berlin. Alongwith Samsung Galaxy Note 4, it is also expected another smartwatch, Samsung Galaxy Gear 3 to be announced in this event. You can check the invite below.
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Another news on Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This time it is about availability of Note 4 in different colors. As per the evleaks, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be available in same colors as Samsung Galaxy S5. And Samsung Galaxy S5 is available in 4 different colors namely Black, White, Gold And Blue.
So it is confirmed Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will also be available in same colors Black, White, Gold And Blue. What does this means no pink color for Note 4 which is preferred by girls. May be pink color will be launched later after the launch of this 4 colors.
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Still 2 months to go for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to get officially announced. But as the days are getting closer and closer, we are getting lots of specs confirmation details about Note 4.
This time Samsung Galaxy Note 4 leaks at AnTuTu confirms first 64 bit processor cores and Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor. There will be one more model of Note 4 with powerful Exynos 5433 processor. Below is the images of both the models at AnTuTu which confirms specs.
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As the IFA event is getting closer and closer, we are getting lots of confirmed feature of Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Earlier 16MP Camera, QHD Display and Snapdragon 805 Processor were confirmed to come in Galaxy Note 4. Now 5.7 inch display is confirmed to feature in Note 4.
The 5.7 inch screen size Smartphone is spotted on Indian shipment manifest. As per the shipment data, the device has codenamed SM-N910A which most probably is Note 4 as Note 3 has SM-N900 codenamed. Further only two devices are imported for testing purpose only.
We have come across new confirmed information about upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which will be released around September 2014. After three unbeaten successful series of Samsung Galaxy Note, the next series will be more attractive and have wider range of high end features.
People were making speculations about the upcoming series of Note 4 since they have heard about the launch of Note 4. But the specs of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have confirmed, few of the amazing features to be seen in the next generation.
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Looking at the previous success rate of Samsung, we are sure that the upcoming new series would undeniably be the best. The kind of specifications and functions Samsung has been providing us leaves us with no words with every new series that it unveils.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which would give a new meaning to Android devices with astonishing display and wonderful features. The famed Galaxy Note Series started in the year 2011, and after three unbeaten series Samsung Galaxy is all set to launch the upcoming “Galaxy Note 4” around September 2014.
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Samsung note series have changed the meaning of Android phones in this new tech world. With the launch of every new series Samsung Note has only got better and superlative. Samsung Note 3 was a great success and features countless amazing specifications which attracted many Android lovers towards it.
GSM Arena shares a picture of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with 5.7 inch display screen from insider sources. The display is same as Note 3; the only difference is in the pixel resolution which is 1,080 x 1,920 pixel in Note 3 and 1,440 x 2,560 in the next generation Note 4.
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