If recent reports are to be believed, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is likely to be having a new form factor including a three sided display. As per the reports, the next-gen phablet will be equipped with a Youm flexible OLED display technology. Another report by ZDNet Korea has claimed that Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be the first device to boast a three-sided Youm display.Samsung_Galaxy_Note_II_Logo

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is likely to commercially available in September 2014 at the IFA tech event scheduled to take place on September 4-20 2014. The three-sided display will enable its users to display mail, calls and messages notifications. The users will not be required to unlock the device to view updates from their smartphones.

Yoon Han-kil, senior vice president Samsung’s product strategy team, has been quoted by G for Games saying that “Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is on its way, and will boast of a “new form factor. The slowing high-end market is indeed a concern for most manufacturers, adding that Samsung is planning on bringing some changes to its line-up, while focusing on new segments such as wearables.”

Some experts claim that the Galaxy Note 4 would be having better features and specifications that Galaxy S5, which has already received great success in terms of sales figures after its launch. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is likely to be the first ever aluminum cased gadget in the market, if reports are to be believed. The device is also expected to have a perforated back cover.

The Galaxy Note 4 is believed to be available in a 5.9 inch screen with a pixel resolution of 2560 x 1440. It would also have a 16 mega pixel slim line camera for unique photo experience. Additionally, the device would have several unique features, including biometric security, iris scanner, front camera sensor, eye reader and fingerprint scanner, making it the most secured and privacy-friendly device to come this 2014.

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