The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be unveiled in the next few weeks. It’s predecessor the Galaxy Note 3 was rolled out in September 2013 and the latest handset in the Note family is anticipated to come with some great new features.
The Note series of smartphones has proved to be a hit for Samsung with their user-friendly features and large screens. The Galaxy Note 4 is likely to build on this and is rumoured to include a new feature which no other smartphone has incorporated so far. An official Samsung Twitter account has apparently hinted that the Note 4 will come with a type of iris/eye scanner security feature. This would be a world first for a smartphone and would add a new level of security for mobile phones.
It’s also been reported this week that the Galaxy Note 4 will include some new health and wellbeing functions, one of which is said to be a UV sensor that will measure ultraviolet levels with advice on staying safe in the sun.
There’s a bit of a debate on what size screen the Note 4 is likely to include with some report suggesting a 5.5-iinch screen and others suggesting a 5.7-inch screen. Whatever size the screen is it will definitely come with a 2K Super AMOLED QHD display.
On the inside the Galaxy Note 4 will boast a superfast 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, a very decent 3GB of Ram and 32GB of onboard memory. The size of the Note 4 battery is testament to the power of the handset with a 3700mAh battery thought to be included. The rear mounted camera is expected to be a good one with 16-megapixels to experiment with and there will be a 2-megapixel camera on the front.
Keep an eye out for news from the annual Consumer Electronics Event (IFA) due to be held at the beginning of September in Berlin. We’re expecting the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to be launched at this event and to be available in our stores shortly afterwards.