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Latest Samsung Galaxy Note 4 video tease outlines upcoming phablet

Samsung has released yet another Galaxy Note 4 video teaser, with the latest promotional clip offering a brief glimpse of the upcoming handset.

Having been the subject of multiple leaks and promotional teases in recent weeks, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has now made a brief, formal appearance in the latest teaser video, popping up at the end in silhouette.

While the sneak peek offers little insight into exactly what the phone will offer, Samsung has claimed the phablet line is about to ‘get even better’.

While the latest teaser has again focussed on the phone’s S-Pen stylus, it is believed the Note 4 will have a bevy of high-end features in store.

Although expected to retain the same 5.7-inch form factor of the existing Note 3, the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 will reportedly throw a QHD display into the mix. The phone’s new 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution would see it rival the LG G3.

Elsewhere, a staggering 4GB of RAM and the hugely powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor will also reportedly make the cut.

A 16-megapixel camera is expected to feature on the phablet’s rear, enhanced by optical image stabilisation.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be officially unveiled this Wednesday, September 3, during Samsung’s IFA 2014 press conference.

It is believed that the phone will adopt a new, metal framed form factor similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha.

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