Samsung Moves Up Release Date of Galaxy Note 4

Galaxy Note 4 in Action

With the rising success of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung has moved up the launch date of the Galaxy Note 4 from October to September 26 in South Korea.

The well-received 5.7-inch Octa-Core phablet was recently announced in Berlin, along with the wearable Gear S, and the 3D Gear VR. Also announced was the Note Edge, which brings mobile experience to another level by utilizing the edge of the device as a second, quick-access screen.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 sports 2.5D glass for improve durability, with a Quad HD (2460×1440) Super AMOLED display that promises defined colors. The S Pen has also gone through several enhancements with regard to presure sensitivity and can now be utilized like a computer mouse. The phablet’s whopping 16MP rear-facing camera comes with a Smart Optical Image Stabilizer for better, wobble-free shoots, while the 3.7MP front-facing camera has a 90 degree shooting angle for better selfies.

The Note 4 comes in frosted white, bronze gold, charcoal black, and blossom pink, and will be released in other countries some time in October.

Photos courtesy of Samsung

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Aldwin Catral
Aldwin Catral
8 years ago

I don’t think Samsung has anything to worry about regarding the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Everything that has happened so far was less than stellar compared to when Jobs was at the helm. Sure the Apple fanboys and fangirls are still lining up but then, don’t they always?

In the end, it isn’t Apple they will end up competing against but themselves. Samsung has to contend with the fact that they have oversaturated the market with their products, have yet to finalize a design language and make their products more affordable to the general public.

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