The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was announced at IFA Berlin in September, and the behemoth phablet has got a huge crowd line up waiting to get it. The announcement of the Galaxy Note 4 was accompanied by a brother, the Galaxy Note Edge, a limited edition Samsung device with a hanging display on its edges. The Galaxy Note 4 is up for pre-order in certain areas, but now the official release dates have been made public.
The Galaxy Note 4 has different release dates for various countries, but the retail price for the device will mostly be $720 off contract in most locations. S Carpet events will be held in each country the Galaxy Note 4 is released then, and you will be able to participate at the events and test the Galaxy Note 4 for yourself. South Korea is also listed on the Galaxy Note 4 release date summary as hosting a launch event on September 30, even though the handset was already available in South Korea starting September 26.
The Galaxy Note 4 release date for India is scheduled for October 10, for Thailand on October 13, for the Philippines on October 25, for Canada on October 17, for the UK and Western Europe on October 10. The U.S. doesn’t have an official Galaxy Note 4 release date on the list, but most peg it for October 17 with AT&T receiving Galaxy Note 4 units the following day. The off-contract Galaxy Note 4 price at AT&T will be set at $853.
The Galaxy Note 4 is one of the most popular devices in 2014 and it has been in the headlines for more than a month now, with new news and information being spread day by day. The Galaxy Note 4 Exynos version is said to be among the most powerful handsets you can find, while the Galaxy Note 4 screen has been dubbed “the best smartphone display on the market” by several reviewers. The Galaxy Note 4 display is a 5.7 inch Super AMOLED display with a 1440*2560 resolution and 515 ppi, and it’s actually stunning.
The Galaxy Note 4 sports either a quad core Snapdragon 805 CPU or an Exynos 5433 CPU, the former being clocked at 2.7 GHz, while the latter is an octa core configuration. The Note 4 has 3 GB RAM to work with as well as 32 GB expandable internal storage. If you choose the Snapdragon 805 CPU configuration, it will come with the Adreno 420 CPU whilst the Exynos configuration will bring the Mali-T760 GPU. The Galaxy Note 4 has a 16 MP rear sensor with LED flash, autofocus, optical image stabilization and features dual shot, simultaneous HD video and image recording, geo-tagging, touch focus, HDR, face and smile detection, panorama and HDR. The selfie cam on the Galaxy Note 4 is a 3.7 MP shooter. Samsung’s latest handset comes with an S Pen Stylus that works great with the stylus-optimized TouchWiz interface on the Galaxy Note 4.