A few days back we reported that Samsung had started sending out invites for its Unpacked event on September 3, but it didn’t mention what it plans to unveil. Well, the South Korean giant has now confirmed that a new Galaxy Note smartphone will go official at the press conference and it’s obviously the fourth iteration that we’ve all been so patiently waiting for.
A recent post on the company’s press website has an image of the Air Command feature which is a menu created specifically for the S Pen, along with the words ‘Note the date.’ The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is said to feature hardware much better than what’s found on the Galaxy S5.
Obviously, we’ll be seeing the latest Exynos ModAP SOC onboard and a variant carrying the Snapdragon 805 chipset. Both models are expected to offer LTE connectivity and they will be designed for specific markets. Additionally, we’ve also heard of a model featuring a curved OLED panel that could land up as a limited edition release like the Galaxy Round.
Where specs are concerned, the handset will most likely join the 2K race through a 2560 x 1440p QHD AMOLED display. It will carry other top-tier features such as 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 3.68MP front camera and a 16MP rear snapper. A higher capacity model with 128GB of hoarding capacity could also be in the works sporting a larger battery of 3800mAh.
The Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 event where the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is scheduled to go official will be live streamed on YouTube.