Posted by Asif S. 2 months ago

Are you ‘Ready To Note’? Samsung releases trailer for Galaxy Note 4 UNPACKED event


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Samsung has released a trailer for the Galaxy Note 4 ahead of its official announcement on September 3 during the UNPACKED event at IFA 2014. This one minute action-packed video shows a “Ready, set…” lead-in before every scene including a bunch of people getting ready for a various set of things such as a riding a bike, a car race, and, for a party. The trailer video doesn’t show or even hint us anything about the Galaxy Note 4, though it mentions about the S Pen and handwriting features which were already displayed in the previous teaser video.

Going by the previous leaks, the Galaxy Note 4 will feature a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display with QHD resolution, Android 4.4 KitKat, octa-core Exynos 5433 processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It will be equipped with a 16-megapixel IMX240 camera sensor from Sony with 4K video recording capabilities and a 3.7-megapixel front-facing camera. We might also see it in a variant which will be equipped with a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 SoC. Other important features include a fingerprint scanner, S Pen, UV sensor and IPx7 rating certification for dust and water resistance.

I guess we have to wait till the actual event to know more about the Galaxy Note 4. Till then, hit the play button and enjoy the ‘Read To Note?’ trailer.

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9 comments on “Are you ‘Ready To Note’? Samsung releases trailer for Galaxy Note 4 UNPACKED event

  1. sguyx 2 months ago said:

    No im not, already bought another phone. But im ready for getting the fking UPDATE for my Note 10.1/n8000? WHEN? Not interested to own anything from samshit.

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    • AquilaSol 2 months ago said:

      Stop whining. Google contractual update policy is 18 months or 2 major updates. It’s not Samsung, it’s Google.

      The N8000 is 24 months old. And if your country didn’t get 4.4.2 yet, go whine to the local Samsung HQ, not a non-related news site who can’t do anything about it anyway.

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      • sguyx 2 months ago said:

        There is no rules for updates. Read and leran more. And what comes to 18months, samsung only release one update and skipped others. If they obey 18months “rule”, then there would have been updates. Can you calculate?

        Note n8000:
        In a store on september 2012 with android 4.0 (month number 1)
        Updated on january 2013 to android 4.1 (month number 5 and the first update)
        Month 6 nothing
        Month 7 nothing
        Month 8 nothing
        Month 9 nothing
        Month 10 nothing
        Month 11 nothing
        Month 12 nothing
        Month 13 nothing
        Month 14 nothing
        Month 15 nothing
        Month 16 nothing
        Month 17 nothing
        Month 18 nothing
        Month 19 nothing
        Month 20 nothing
        Month 21 nothing
        Month 22 nothing
        Month 23 nothing
        Month 24 going now – nothing

        So tell me you smartass how your 18 months policy worked?

        And it is all up to Samsung, not Google.

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    • Neil10 2 months ago said:
  2. NoteLove 2 months ago said:

    @Sguyx Why the crying? Anyway seems sammobile are just another blogging site, they said the had “plethora of Note 4 exclusives” then say this “Galaxy Note 4 might feature a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED etc” guess i’ll have to wait for the event. S

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  3. NoteLove 2 months ago said:

    @Sguyx Why the crying? Anyway seems sammobile are just another blogging site, they said the had “plethora of Note 4 exclusives” then say this “Galaxy Note 4 might feature a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED etc” guess i’ll have to wait for the event. S

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  4. NoteLove 2 months ago said:

    @Sguyx Why the crying? Anyway seems sammobile are just another blogging site, they said the had “plethora of Note 4 exclusives” then say this “Galaxy Note 4 might feature a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED etc” guess i’ll have to wait for the event. Seems these sites are just looking for page views.. Plz delete duplicates and keep this one. cheers

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  5. FBiL 2 months ago said:

    what’s the music? I want the track!

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