Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 unveiling is almost here, expected to be at the Unpacked event during IFA on September 3rd, and while we wait to see what exactly the phone looks like in all its glory, we can speculate on the possible nature of a random video that seems to have popped up revealing the display of the Galaxy Note 4 while in use. It's entirely impossible to tell for sure if this is the actual Galaxy Note 4 or not, because in the video(which is very brief mind you and really gives no definitive details)the phone is covered up completely except for the display so the person in the video can interact with it.
The short 15 second clip gives absolutely nothing away but it was still interesting to watch nonetheless. You do see a Note s pen in the bottom right corner of the video and by looking at the display we can see that the device has Kit Kat installed because of the white status bar icons, other than that there is nothing really telling about what you see. The Galaxy Note 4 is supposed to be coming with some newly innovative features that Samsung states will be revolutionary to the smartphone industry, and we know that at least with the ultrasonic case that will be included as an optional accessory for the device, the statement does hold some truth to it.
We don't however know for sure if the phone itself will include anything extremely revolutionary as Samsung has been pretty good about keeping juicy details regarding the features and specs of the phone unknown to the public. Whether or not those features feel revolutionary to you is also something that is entirely perspective. We're expecting to see the Note 4 come adorned with a 5.7-inch display that comes with a 1440 x 2560 resolution and 515 pixels per inch, but what we're most curious about is to find out the exact type of processor that is going to be used, because we love our performance over here. There is just under a week to go before we should find out all the actual details and get full on pics of the device in high definition. Are you going to be picking up a Note 4 or are you waiting on your decision to see what it looks like and what it carries?