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July 25, 2014

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 could be released in September

According to reports, 5 million units will be produced initially.

By CBR Staff Writer

Samsung might reschedule the release of its Galaxy Note 4, and launch it in September, well ahead of its planned launch schedule, according to ETNews.

Previously, it was reported that the South Korean smartphone maker was going to announce the Galaxy Note 4 in September and launch it thereafter, but the drop in sales of Samsung Galaxy S5 made the company change its plan and release the Note 4 to compensate the sale of the S5.

According to reports, the mass production of the Note 4 is set to begin in August and it will hit the stores by September to avoid competition from Apple, which is due to announce the iPhone 6 in September.

Reports suggest that the Note 4 might include curved or flexible QHD (1440×2560) resolution display and feature 16-megapixel camera with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage, along with iris scanner or fingerprint scanner.

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