Samsung Electronics will announce the Galaxy Note 4 phablet in less than 24 hours. After being bombarded with rumors and leaks for months, Samsung fans will be able to see what the actual phablet has in store for them. The Korean electronics giant will unveil the Galaxy Note 4 at 3:00 p.m. CEST at its Unpacked Event Episode 2 in Berlin. That’s 9:00 a.m. New York time.
Samsung doing its best to create hype around the Galaxy Note 4
Wondering how and where to watch the Unpacked event live stream? You can watch the live video stream right here. And yes, once the live stream is up, we will provide you the full coverage of the event minute-by-minute, and will embed the video of the event. So, stay tuned. Over the past few days, Samsung has released several teaser videos in an attempt to hype up the Galaxy Note 4. The company doesn’t show the device directly in its teaser videos. Instead, it teases some features such as the S Pen stylus.
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Various leaks and rumors suggest that the Galaxy Note 4 will come with a monster 5.7-inch QHD screen with 2560 x 1440 Super AMOLED display with 515 pixel density. The phone will be powered by 4GB RAM and quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor with a clock speed of 2.5GHz. Another model of the Galaxy Note 4 will feature the Exynos 5433 chipset. What’s more, the phone will have 16MP main camera with optical image stabilization and 3.7MP front camera.
Galaxy Note 4 to hit the stores on September 6?
Inside sources told SamMobile that the Galaxy Note 4 will be a selfie-focused phablet. The phone will have four new camera modes: Selfie Alarm, Selfie mode, Wide Selfie and Create GIF file. Three of them are dedicated to selfies. The Galaxy Note 4 will also have an ultraviolet sensor and a retina scanner. Rumors also point to a premium metal chassis.
Ahead of its September 3 launch, the Galaxy Note 4 (model number SM-N910T) was recently spotted in a User Agent profile on Samsung’s mobile site. The User Agent profile listing hints at a 64-bit processor. What’s more, TKTechNews has learned from its sources that the Galaxy Note 4 could hit the U.S. stores as early as September 6.