Galaxy Note 4 to sport a metal body, flexible screen and a 16MP OIS camera?

Galaxy Note 4 to sport a metal body, flexible screen and a 16MP OIS camera?

Samsung’s Galaxy Note series is the most popular phablet series of smarthones out there. Samsung is basically the one who created the first phablet as we know it today with the first-gen Note 1. Note devices became extremely popular over the years and it is no wonder many people are waiting for a Note 4 to launch in order to refresh their device for the year. We’ve seen many Note 4 leaks thus far and we’re sure they’re going to keep on coming.

We have yet another one for you. This report is coming from a Korean publication ET News and claims the Note 4 will sport a premium metal build, a flexible screen (which Samsung presented on CES 2013) and a 16MP camera with optical image stabilization (OIS). This would actually go hand in hand with the rumored Galaxy F premium smartphone and might mean that the Galaxy S5 and Note 3 are the last plastic premium device we’ll see Samsung make. In other words this might mean a whole different approach to smartphone design by Samsung.

We’re jumping the gun a bit though, these are just rumors after all. Would you like to see a metal Galaxy Note 4 or are you happy with the device’s build as it is now? Either way, Note 4 will probably lauch at this year’s IFA in September.

Source: ET News
Via: PhoneArena

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  1. Dave
    July 21, 11:50 Reply

    Samsung always pushes the envelope with the Note line. My GN2 still runs like a champ, it’ll be hard to pry it out of my hands.

      • Dave
        July 21, 14:37 Reply

        I’ve actually returned a Moto X and a M8 when I realized that the differences on paper don’t always translate to a monumentally better device.

  2. Juan
    July 21, 12:12 Reply

    I don’t know what to say but if it takes away the ability to take out the battery, not sure if I want that.

    • Dee
      July 21, 12:23 Reply

      I hear you on that, it’ll probably be a deal breaker for me whether the note4 or GS5 prime

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