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Samsung Sends Out Unpacked 2014 Press Invites

Aug 5 2014, 10:59am CDT | by , in News | Tablets

Samsung Sends Out Unpacked 2014 Press Invites
 
 

Samsung is most likely to announce the Galaxy Note 4


Samsung has been sending out official invites for its Unpacked event for this year which is scheduled for the 3rd of September. At this time of the month, which is the first week of September, Samsung has been following a trend to showcase the latest addition of its phablet Note series. Though the event holds no confirmation whatsoever as to whether we will be seeing the Note 4 or not, the timing is just perfect to make us believe that we just might. We have been hearing that Samsung might not pertain to the usual design policy with the Note 4 this time. We have always seen the Korean company increase the display size with every new version, however, this time it is being said that a different approach will be taken.

As far as we know, the Note 4 is going to sport a 5.7-inch diameter which makes its form factor quite similar to what we saw on the Note 3. The major change in this regard will be a sharper panel featuring the Quad-HD resolution. With all major smartphone manufacturers focusing on increasing the display sizes of the phones, it was quite evident that there had to be a time when increasing screen sizes wouldn’t be possible anymore. The Note series of Samsung seems to have hit that saturation point.

Moving on to the other features, the Note 4 is going to feature a 16-megapixel rear-facing shooter and it will most probably end up sporting the 16-megapixel sensor and f/2.2 lens which we saw on the Galaxy S5.

source: sammobile

 

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