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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 tipped for IFA 2014 unveiling

In a leak that will surprise few, latest reports have suggested the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be formally unveiled during IFA 2014.

With the Berlin-based tech show having acted as the launch platform for both the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in recent years, reports out of Samsung’s native Korea have suggested the next-generation phablet will make an appearance during this year’s convention.

Samsung is considering holding a launch event of the Note 4 at the IFA trade fair,” a claimed Samsung official reportedly told The Korea Times.

They are said to have added: “It is in the middle of finalising specification details for the upcoming phablet.”

Far from the first time that Samsung Galaxy Note 4 rumours have surfaced, recent reports have hinted that the upcoming device will land with a new, water resistant body similar to the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S5.

Further Samsung Galaxy Note 4 features tipped for inclusion are said to include a new, 20-megapixel rear-mounted camera, Snapdragon 805 processor and, potentially, a 2560 x 1440 pixel WQHD display.

Building on the Note’s S-Pen stylus partypiece, recently surfaced Samsung patents revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will benefit from advanced handwriting recognition.

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