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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 price leaked, matches Note 3

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 price has been leaked, suggesting it will match that of the current Note 3 phablet.

With less than a day to go before the official Note 4 launch at IFA 2014, one Russian retailer has leaked the price of Samsung’s upcoming handset.

The Galaxy Note 4 price is listed as 34,990 rubles in Russia, which was the same launch price for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 last year.

That 34,990 ruble price equates to around £565 in the UK, which is around the same price the Note 3 launched at over here in 2013.

Of course, exchange rates are rarely that straight forward, but at least you know that you are looking at a price that’s around the same as you would have paid last year.

Although we’ll find out the full details at the Samsung Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 event tomorrow, September 3, there’s already a tonne of rumoured specs for the Note 4.

For example, it’s looking increasingly likely that the Note 4 will offer a 5.7-inch QHD 2560 x 1440p resolution display running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and a huge 4GB of RAM.

The S-Pen wielding phablet should get the majority of the sensor introduced with the Samsung Galaxy S5 earlier this year. That includes the fingerprint sensor and heart rate monitor, and hopefully water and dust proof certification.

You should find it has a 16-megapixel camera in the rear, paired with an upgraded front-facing camera.

Hopefully it should also have the metal frame found in the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, rather than the all-plastic build of the S5.

TrustedReviews will be on hand at IFA to bring you all the latest, so make sure to stay with us.

Read more: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Galaxy Note 3 – What to expect

Via: Sammobile

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