After Samsung Galaxy S5 was officially announced and because the excitement over the Galaxy S5 Prime launch is starting to wash out, the media and the Samsung fans alike are turning their attention towards the next important release of the South Korean company: the Galaxy Note 4. The rumors and reports about Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 have intensified in the past few weeks and after we’ve seen some benchmarks and heard more about its display, now we might have gotten our hands on more details.
According to Korean outlet Newstomato the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be released at IFA Berlin 2014 (no news here), but unlike other Samsung flagships, it will become available for purchase right away. In order to be able to stick to the schedule, the South Korean phone maker will soon start to mass produce the Galaxy Note 4. According to Newstomato’s sources the Note 4 is expected to enter production anytime between now and July. This means that Samsung will only have a couple of months to produce enough Note 4 terminals.
The South Korean publication also comes to confirm an older rumor saying that Samsung will unveil Gear 3 smartwatch synchronized with the debut of Galaxy Note 4.
If the reports are to be believed, then the Galaxy Note 4 would sport a 5.7-inch Quad HD (2560 x 1440) screen, 16 MP primary camera with OIS and 4K video recording support, fingerprint sensor, heart rate monitor, and 3 GB of RAM.
Rumor has it that Samsung is planning to release the Galaxy Note 4 in two display variants: one with a standard flat Super AMOLED screen for mass marketing, and the other sporting a curved screen, aimed at niche markets. There will also be two processor variants: a Snapdragon 805-powered model that will be available in most countries, and a model packing a new Exynos processor for select markets.