Alongside a reported “Premium” Galaxy S5, Samsung is once again on the chopping block as one reliable source points to the South Korean to be mulling on two variants of its first phablet, the Galaxy Note.
Going on its fourth iteration, the Galaxy Note 4 is supposed to come out in two flavors: one with a curved OLED display screen and the other sporting the traditional real estate. The former, which Samsung also used on their Galaxy Round as an answer to LG’s G Flex, is a fresh idea that the company outfitted the Note; while some deem it to be quite large, a curved screen would somewhat lay down a new alternative and a quiet benchmark for Samsung as well.
Moreover, the source adds that the new Note will also come with QHD, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 processor and a 16megapixel primary camera. This would make us question Samsung’s plan to produce the Note 4 with their Exynos processor, just like what they did with the Galaxy Tab S.
Also in line with the Buzz is Gear Glass, Samsung’s pit against the rising Google Glass Craze; a SIM card carrying version of the Gear 2, Gear Solo and another wearable akin to Android Wear.
If all goes well, Samsung is heading to the IFA in September 5th with all of these ideas on hand. We’re ready to appreciate, Samsung, as we always are.