This year’s IFA, as we now know, is going to be a bombastic one – if you don’t believe me, just look at the event invites from Sony, Samsung, Microsoft, Asus, Huawei, HTC, and LG, and you’ll be convinced. To stand out from the rest of the crowd from an event like this, OEMs really need to have a good product to show, and Samsung certainly thinks it does in its new Galaxy Note 4 teaser video.

The video centers quite a bit around the fact that the Galaxy Note series of Android smartphones first brought Samsung’s Wacom-powered S Pen into the world, and that this was a “truly notable innovation.” The video ends with a simple “ready to note?” question with the date of the press event emblazoned under it, ending without spilling the beans on the phone itself.

It’s unclear whether this means Samsung has another S Pen-class innovation to show off with the Note 4 – we’ve already heard that the company may be trying out a new form factor with this phone, so that may be it – but we’re nevertheless excited to share with you the news from the press conference when the time comes.

Source: Samsung (YouTube)
Via: Android Central

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