We know many of you were disappointed by the Galaxy S5 and are holding out for what many consider Samsung’s true yearly flagship, the refresh to the Galaxy Note line. New details on this Galaxy Note 4 launch date have emerged, letting you folks know just how long you’ll have to wait for it to become official.
A South Korean report suggests that the Note 4 will go into mass production June-July (and hopefully leak more during this time period as well) and globally be ready for sales on September 25. The US will probably come shortly afterward if this date is correct. This makes an announcement of the phone at IFA 2014 all the more likely.
The new Note is expected to have a QHD 5.7-inch display, 3GB of RAM, 16MP camera, 16/32GB of storage, and other beefy specs. Depending on variant, it will likely either have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 or a Samsung Exynos 5433.
The Galaxy Note 4 launch date is allegedly not too far out, but we still have plenty of time for leaks to spring and predictions to be made.