A new report coming from Korea claims that the new Samsung phablet, the Galaxy Note 4 will be launched on the 3rd of September during the pre-IFA event held in Berlin. Thus, this launch will precede the so much awaited and rumored release of Apple’s iPhone 6.
The Korean Times cited some executives of Samsung local suppliers who said that the company had decided to release the phablet in early September in order to reduce the sales of the next-generation devices produced by Apple, especially the iPhone 6, with its two versions: the 4.7 inch model and the 5.5 inch model. A Samsung display supplier told Korean Times that Samsung would hold an important event in order to announce the release of its new phablet on the 3rd of September 2014, just a few days before the IFA trade fair scheduled to take place in the German capital of Berlin this year. Samsung released its Galaxy Note 3 on the 5th of September 2013 which was also pretty close to the IFA fair in Berlin.
Various sources belonging to the Korean newspaper have claimed that Samsung has plans to send official invitations for the September event when the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is going to be officially launched. The Galaxy Note 4 is supposed to be equipped with some ultraviolet sensors which have the capability to establish the level of the UV radiations.
The report on which Korean Times based its affirmations also quoted an executive of software company which partners with Samsung. The executive said that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was going to be the first smart phone with an ultraviolet sensor. He certified that the sensor could measure the level of the UV radiation.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is said to have a Qualcomm processor which can support a mobile wireless technology of the LTE type. The Indian website Zauba has recently claimed that the Galaxy Note 4 is going to have a display of 5.7 inch. A previous leak has also claimed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is going to have a QHD display functioning on the AMOLED technology.
There are also rumors which claim that for the Korean, Japanese, Chinese and North American markets the phablet is going to have a Snapdragon 805 chipset. The European markets are going to get another version with an Exynos SoC.