29 August 2014

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 teaser video released

Samsung has released a new teaser video for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, ahead of its launch next week.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 teaser

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is scheduled to launch at a special Samsung Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 event on September 3.

The latest teaser trailer from Samsung Mobile (via YouTube) states that the company’s new sell for its stylus wielding handset is its versatility.

“Ready, Set, Go is the new magic for the Next Note. Are you ready to Note?” asks Samsung in the YouTube trailer blurb.

Although the trailer doesn’t give us a look at the handset itself, it does suggest it will keep a very similar form factor to the previous Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Rattling through the video, Samsung does suggest that the Note 4, like all other smartphones, will be quite the multitasker. Apparently it’ll be ready to “share”, “win”, “write” and “create” with come its release.

What’s interesting is that Samsung particularly highlights the phase “Go Big”. The Note 4 is expected to feature a huge 5.7-inch QHD 2560 x 1440p display, which no doubt will be one of its biggest selling points.

The other aspect stressed in the video is its ability to capture your smiles. This may well be related to rumours the Note 4 will come with an enhanced 3.7-megapixel front-facing camera for those who love taking selfies. It will allegedly be able to record QHD 2560 x 1440p resolution video too

Rumour has it that the Galaxy Note 4 will come with a 16-megapixel primary camera with optical image stabilisation.

Apparently it will be able to take pictures at a maximum 5312 x 2988p resolution and shoot 4K (3840 x 2160p) video at 30fps just like the Samsung Galaxy S5.

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