Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Duos was recently spotted in China and the device seems to be available in no less than three versions, two corresponding to the different Chinese carriers and one that is a SIM-free version.
All the versions have dual-SIM capacity and one of the SIM slots supports 4G TDD-LTE and FDD LTE cards. The SIM-free version is SM-N9108V, the China Unicom version is SM-N9106V and the China Telecom version is SM-N9109V. The second SIM slot supports regular 2G networks.
The SIM free version is said to be compatible with most 4G carrier networks and it sells for around $880 US dollars.
Galaxy Note 4 Duos has a quad-core 2.7 GHz Snapdragon 805 processor with 16 GB of storage and a 3000 mAh battery to keep it all together.
US Cellular is starting to sell Samsung Galaxy Note 4 tomorrow! Every year for the past four, Samsung has been promoting its large smartphone that comes with a stylus and this year it’s no different as the fourth incarnation of the Note family is making its appearance in the entire world.
US Cellular customers can order their device online or in stores starting October 17th. This Galaxy Note 4 version will sell for $299 with a two-year contract or you will be able to buy it from US Cellular for $770 without contract.
Note 4 has a 5.7” 2560×1440 Super AMOLED display with a quad-core processor, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage with a microSD slot and a 16MP back camera.
Carphone Warehouse changed its availability dates for the Galaxy Note 4, delaying its orders, which means all Europeans who pre-order the device will get it all the way back at the end of October, on the 27th .
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is already delayed in the UK and it appears to launch on October 17. People who already pre-ordered their device will receive it on time though, so it’s all good on that front.
Samsung’s store reports that it will have units available starting this week and a reason for Carphone Warehouse’s change of plans in regard to new pre-orders was not yet published.
Samsung announced Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge at IFA Berlin today. They are now official and ready to order on all major US carriers and in select countries worldwide. Why are there two of the new Notes? Because of design, of course!
The two Note devices basically have the same hardware construction but they differ in what concerns the exterior. Inside, we will find the following:
2.7 GHz quad core processor/1.9 GHz octa core processor (depending on country and carrier)
3 GB of RAM
32 GB internal storage plus a MicroSD card slot
3.7 MP front camera and 16 MP primary camera in the back (with smart OIS)
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has a 4.5” Super AMOLED display with a 2560x1440p resolution powered by a 3220 mAh battery.
The Galaxy Note Edge has a 5.6” Super AMOLED screen at 2560 x 1440p resolution and a slightly smaller 3200 mAh battery. Both devices present fast charging which brings the battery from zero to 50% in under an hour.
The Galaxy Note 4 presents a new S pen and new software to seal the deal.
Edge presents an interesting visual aspect in what concerns the curved display. It is actually a curved portion which acts independent from the rest of the display and shows various notifications. It is pretty similar to the Samsung Continuum, a much older device coming from the back yard of the South-Korean monolith in the industry.
Galaxy Note 4 will show up in October whereas Edge has no official commercial release date yet. Pricing was not announced so far, but US carriers are all selling both devices except for US Cellular, where you can only find the Galaxy Note 4.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 details were leaked today at GSM Arena and now we may know just a bit more about the device!
The Note 4 is codenamed Muscat and it will probably have a large-ish 5.7” QHD display at a 2560 x 1440 p resolution with a pixel density of 515. Last year’s Note flagship had a 5.7” display at a Full HD resolution only.
It appears that the device may be powered by a Snapdragon or Exynos Hexa processor and it will be water resistant – and dust resistant, of course – and have a pretty good 20 MP camera.
None of these details are confirmed though, so stay tuned for more!
Verizon’s Galaxy Note 10.1.2014 is receiving its KitKat update these days. The device gets not only an update to the most recent Android OS but a series of bug fixes as well. The S Note widget should be more reliable now and easier to use. Chrome’s tab bar should be much more stable in portrait mode as well, since there were some issues there on Jelly Bean.
The immersive mode will provide automatic full screen viewing and faster multi-tasking. Plus, the device will now offer print services for ePrint, Google Cloud Print and other printers found in the Google Play Store. The multi-user app allows users to create user accounts and permissions for other users as well, that will present different app customizations and wallpaper customization.