Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to come a bit earlier than expected?

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to come a bit earlier than expected?

We have been hearing rumors about the Galaxy Note 4, and we might see it really soon now. According to The Korea Times, Samsung will reveal the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 few days before the IFA event starts in September. They are reporting that a Samsung’s top-tier local parts suppliers said that the Korean giant is ready to release their next flagship smartphone on September 3rd.

Why is Samsung rushing? The reason behind it is probably the iPhone 6

They said Samsung is apparently looking to rush the Galaxy Note 4 out the door to try and combat Apple’s new iPhone ― “iPhone 6″ ― which is due out the same month.

Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be the best ‘Note’ by Samsung yet, do you think Samsung will be able to deliver? Let us know in the comment box below.

Source: KoreaTimes

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