Thank you very much! The full specs sheet and price for the Galaxy Note 4 just appeared on an Indonesian e-store site, giving us all the juicy details we've been champing at the bit for since we can't even remember when. Read on for all the magnificence in store for us at Samsung Unpacked Episode 2, just before this year's IFA 2014.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 price
The biggest question is just how much is Samsung's new Note going to cost? Well, unless things change in Indonesia, the Galaxy Note 4 is going to cost 9,499,000 IDR. That converts to 814 USD, 488 GBP or 607 EUR – very much in the same region as the legendary Galaxy Note 3. Of course, currency conversions are always a hit and miss affair due to import duties, taxes and so on. We'll update this article as soon as we have a more official price for the US and Europe.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specs
The fun stuff: according to Erafone's product page, the Galaxy Note 4 will be packing a 5.7-inch QHD Super AMOLED display, powered by either a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor clocked at 2.5 GHz (for the SM-N910S model) or the octa-core Exynos 5433 SoC (for the SM-N910C model), with both chip options backed up by a whopping 4 GB of RAM. The camera also gets an upgrade to a 16 MP shooter with OIS, something we've been waiting a while for now. The leak suggests three storage capacities, 16, 32 and 64 GB with microSD expansion and what we can only assume will be a removable battery, although there are no battery details listed on the product page. The Note 4 will apparently appear running Android 4.4.3 (which is odd, considering the Galaxy Alpha has just been announced with Android 4.4.4), but this is obviously subject to change. Here's the full specs sheet for you.
Do you think these specs are legitimate? What are you expecting from the Galaxy Note 4?