Galaxy Note 4 to be launched simultaneously in three cities on September 3

Samsung has started sending out the invites for the second chapter of the Unpacked 2014 event. It will take place on the 3rd September this year and will play host to launch of the Galaxy Note 4. The Air View menu present on the invite further adds to the credibility of the fact that a Note device will be launched then. Rumours suggest that Apple might launch the next iPhone in September so Samsung thought that it will probably jump the gun and launch its device ahead of its arch rival.

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The rumour mill has been working overtime for a while now regarding what the Note 4 will bring with itself to the table. It is expected to come with a 5.7 inch QHD display with a Snapdragon 805/Exynos 5433 under the hood along with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage space. It will have a 16MP ISOCELL camera on the back while the front-facing camera will have a resolution of 4MP.

It is expected to be built from a premium quality of materials and will come with a slew of software and sensor gimmicks such as UV sensor, retinal scanner and what not. The S-Pen functionality will see an improvement too and is expected to be the best Galaxy smartphone to be launched by Samsung till now.

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August 6, 2014 10:26 pm 10:26 PM

I dont know why but every company at the peak of its sales becomes so complacement that it either doesnt care or simply ignores the shifts in market.This was what brought the downfall of the once formidable nokia.
S5 was destined to be a failure.What brought samsung to the fore was really galaxy s3 which was a stunner.The other iterations havent made that mark on the market.If samsung wants to stay in the market as a leader and not a side kick then it better get its house in order or samsung smartphone division could become the next Nokia.

August 6, 2014 10:50 pm 10:50 PM

I think LG G3 will be a hit. In Kuwait the 16 GB and 32 GB costs only 179 KD and 195 KD respectively. But in India costs whooping Rs.4600o and Rs.50000 respectively. What the hell?.

Pratap Madgulkar
August 7, 2014 3:28 pm 3:28 PM

Sudhakar , 180 KD = 40,000 /- Govt at least have right to tax 6000 on high luxury goods..

those who takes LG G3 kind of phone will never think of 6k more … where you get google nexus 5 under 30k tag…

August 7, 2014 5:31 pm 5:31 PM

Can you prove that at least 10% of all the politicians pay tax properly and fully?. I think you can’t. Then what right does the government have to levy tax on all consumer goods?.

August 7, 2014 5:27 pm 5:27 PM
I will think because I don’t want to pay tax which is not used properly any government (you must accept this fact). Anyway I will keep the mobile safely for more than 1 year. My LG G3 has only 1 year Kuwait warranty. So no probs. What the hell?. Rs.8000 tax on a mobile?. Taking this Rs.8000 what did this government do?. It did only the following affecting the customers and not in favour of customers : 1) Increased the spectrum price. So increase in call rate. 2) Except BSNL (Rs.59 for 125 local on net video calls for 28… Read more »
August 7, 2014 5:13 pm 5:13 PM

Go to

It shows 180 KD as Rs.38940 as on 07th August 2014 at 05:10 PM Indian time. Do not post wrongly.

August 6, 2014 9:47 pm 9:47 PM
*Samsung better gear up this time for Note 4. They have been under constant attack from almost all places. They have been replaced by Xiaomi in China as the largest smartphone maker and they have been replaced by Micromax in India as the largest mobile phone vendor. *Samsung is like the bully of the class which no one likes and they are now paying back. *Their is a saying in hindi “jis thaali maain khaatey ho ussmey ched naa karo”. This proverb is applicable to Samsung more than anyone else in the tech industry. Both Google and Apple are doing… Read more »
August 6, 2014 10:47 pm 10:47 PM
I am using LG G3 D855 model. Before I used Samsung note 2 and was satisfied with the battery backup. LG G3’s battery backup is a bit less than note 2. LG G3’s battery charge goes down in a steep manner (from 100% battery full to 85% in just 4 hours of continuous web browsing in firefox using WiFi in flight mode with manual display brightness set at 31%). But the colour concentration in LG G3 is much lesser tha note 2. But I got used to it. Generally saying Samsung note 2 and LG G3 are high end flagship… Read more »
August 6, 2014 10:28 pm 10:28 PM

A nice way of summing up a lot of the problems samsung faces.The irony is that what laymen can see now would be realized by the company only when their sales plummet and they can no more arrest the fall

August 6, 2014 8:53 pm 8:53 PM

Again a Exynos variant…When r u going to improve?…
If the next phone dont support 4G u will be on the same path of what Nokia done not making Android phones and atlast a big failure