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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 again pegged for September 3 unveiling

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be formally unveiled on Wednesday September 3, latest reports have suggested.

Citing unnamed “executives at Samsung’s top-tier local parts suppliers”, The Korea Times has claimed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be shown off for the first time in the days leading up to IFA 2014.

“Samsung will hold an event to announce the Note 4 on Sept. 3, just few days before this year’s IFA trade fair in Berlin, Germany ― Europe’s biggest technology exhibition,” the anonymous executive is quoted as saying.

With invites to the media unveiling expected to go out ‘soon’, it appears likely that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will enter the realms of reality on the same day as the Sony Xperia Z3 smartphone.

Not the first time the Note 4 has been tipped for a September 3 showing off, the latest reports back up claimed earlier in the year that the fourth-generation phablet would be announced one day earlier than last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

According to recent leaks, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will retain the Note 3’s 5.7-inch form factor while adopting an LG G3 rivalling 2560 x 1440p QHD display.

Further components expected to feature on the Galaxy Note 4 specs sheet include a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM and a Samsung Galaxy S5 matching 16-megapixel rear-mounted camera.

Following a September 3 unveiling, it has been claimed that the Note 3 will be rushed out to retailers the same month as Samsung looks to avoid hitting shelves within days of the expected iPhone 6.

TrustedReviews will be reporting from the show floor during IFA 2014, so stay tuned for all the latest.

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