Forget Samsung Galaxy Alpha; Galaxy Note 4 is here
Samsung has sent out invites for its Galaxy Note 4 launch event scheduled on September 3 before the IFA 2014 kicks off proving rumours about an eminent pre-IFA launch true.
Expected to be unveiled in two different variations – one with a bendable screen and other sporting a traditional flat display – the Note 4 is said to be stuffed with some of the best hard components one can find on the planet on consumer devices.
The Note 4 is said to have a 5.7-inch display with a 2K resolution at 1,440 x 2,560 pixels; 20.7-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization capable of recording 4K movies; 64-bit processor; 4GB RAM; 32GB/64GB/128GB storage options; 3,800mAh battery; 4G connectivity; water and dust resistance among other standard set of features.
Just a few days back we saw an APK list leak that revealed almost all the features of the Galaxy Note 4. According to the list the Note 3 successor will have “VoiceNote4T,” “SamsungLinksoftware,” and “SamsungMusic_20,” which are sort of self-explanatory, have made their way to the device. “PhotoTable,” “OutOfFocusViewer_WQHD_K,” “PhotoStudio_WQHD_K” and “SmartSelfShot” APKs suggest that the Korean giant is planning for some improvements in camera.
The list also detailed other APKs including “SamsungMagnifier,” “Pinboard,” “GoTrace,” “EasyLauncher2,” “SmartClipService,” “SmartCardManager,” “SamsungMusicRemoteController,” “CoverService,” “ColorBlind,” “EmergencyLauncher,” and “SoundAlive_20.”
Names such as “VRSVC,” “HermesService” and “VRSetupWizardStub” hinted at support for Samsung’s rumoured virtual reality headset, dubbed Gear VR.