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Samsung Posts New Galaxy Note 4 Teaser Showing off The S-Pen

Samsung has been teasing its upcoming Galaxy Note 4 on YouTube lately by posting various videos that show what the Note 4 would be capable of. Of course, no actual details have been revealed by these videos, they have been posted only with the aim to create hype for Samsung’s UNPACKED event taking place on September 3 in Berlin, New York, and Beijing simultaneously. At the end of the video Samsung has mentioned that the event would start at 15:00 CET (Central European Time) and it would be streamed live on Samsung Mobile’s official YouTube page

The new video released by Samsung Mobile shows off the Samsung S-Pen that will be coming with the Note 4. The teaser video discusses how the Pen has been historically important to mankind and how it helped create art and literature. The video also mentions “Now, it gets even better”. Could that possibly mean that the Note 4’s S-Pen could come with new features and improvements? We’re not really sure but it probably might be the case. The Samsung S-Pen uses Wacom technologies which makes it technically superior to all the other styluses rival manufacturers use for their phablets. Wacom is the leading manufacturer of pen tablets, interactive pen displays, and digital interface solutions in the world.

The hype around the Galaxy Note 4 is certainly getting bigger as we get closer to the actual announcement date. The rumor mill also seems to be buzzing with fresh leaks coming in showing an alleged Note 4 prototype in disguise.Hardly 3 days remain now for Samsung’s Berlin UNPACKED event and we’re excited to see what new Samsung will be bringing to the table with the Note 4. The rumors so far point to an absolute beast of a device. The Note 4 will apparently be coming with a 5.7 inch Quad-HD (2560 x 1440) Super AMOLED display, Snapdragon 805 2.7 GHz chipset or Exynos 5433 64-bit Octa-core chip depending on the market, 4GB RAM, 32GB internal storage with microSD slot for memory expansion, 16MP Camera with Optical Image Stabilization, LTE Cat.6 support and a more premium build quality compared to its predecessor.

How excited are you to see the Samsung phablet? If the Apple iPhone 5.5” phablet turns out to be a real device, would you still be getting the Note 4? Let us know below

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