The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has become a favorable choice in the phablet market as a result of its massive screen size and stylish looks. However, this equation is likely to change soon as Samsung has already confirmed the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in 2014.
A Samsung executive made a remark in January 2014 that the company is scheduled to release Samsung Galaxy S5 in spring and Galaxy Note 4 in fall.
According to a report, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is scheduled to have an IP67 certification, meaning that the phablet will be dust-proof and water-resistant. Another rumor showed that the device would be equipped with fingerprint sensor.
Meanwhile, Bloomberg released a report showing that Samsung is working towards putting three-sided display on the Galaxy Note 4 in order to improve viewing angles on the phablet. The Samsung device is also likely to boast the QHD display.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected 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 phablet would be equipped with a 5.9 inch screen and a pixel resolution of 2560 x 1440, along with a 16MPslim line camera for unique photo experience.
Additionally, the Galaxy Note 4 would have several unique features, including biometric security, iris scanner, front camera sensor and eye reader, making it the most secured and privacy-friendly device to come this 2014.