Samsung's IFA "Unpacked" event is close and Samsung is trying to hype up its upcoming Galaxy Note 4 as much as possible. Two days ago they released an official teaser which focused on the S Pen and its capabilities in various situations. Now we have 4 more such teasers, courtesy of Samsung. These clips are similarly long to the one they released two days ago and they basically show a couple of people talking about the S Pen and how much they like using it. All four of these teasers are kind of… well, clicheic. Though we're already used to it, that's Samsung's way of advertising. No wonder Samsung is focusing on their S Pen for advertising, that is Note's differentiating factor. If you're interested in these "Ready to Note?" teasers, you can find them below the article, each of them is approximately a minute and a half long.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 phablet is expected to sport a 5.7-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display along with a Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor (or Exynos CPU for selected markets). Leaks were also touting 4GB of RAM and a 16-megapixel rear-facing shooter. The device will probably come with Android 4.4 KitKat (with Samsung's TouchWiz UI on top of it) pre-installed along with a support for MicroSD card in case you want to expand your memory. If Samsung will stick to its old ways, we'll see a replaceable battery as well. New fingerprint features have also been rumored.
Samsung will announced Galaxy Note 4 on September 3rd at their "Unpacked" event as part of IFA in Berlin. We could see some other devices make an appearance there as well, but Samsung's new phablet will most certainly take the spotlight away from them. There are many people out there waiting for this device to come out, since its initial launch in 2011, Galaxy Note line has grown into a serious brand. Many people all around the world simply love this phone. Phablets in general aren't exactly my thing, though I did enjoy handling all three current Note devices. How about you, do you own a Note device and intend to buy the upcoming Note 4?