Despite Samsung often leaving weeks, or even months, between unveiling its leading phones and having them hit retailer’s shelves, reports out of the company’s native Korean have claimed the Note 4 will go on sale within days of being unveiled.
It is believed that this early September Galaxy Note 4 release could be an effort to stave off competition from the iPhone 6, a handset expected to launch later that month in both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch guises.
Korean outlet NewsTomato has cited ‘multiple sources’ in claiming the Galaxy Note 4 is about to enter mass production in order to go on sale shortly after the phone’s expected September 3 launch event.
It has suggested that the Note 4 will start being pieced together next month, with production to be further ramped up in August in an effort to meet early demand.
According to recent Samsung Galaxy Note 4 rumours,
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specs sheet is also expected to be bolstered by the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM and the same 16-megapixel rear-mounted camera as its flagship sibling, the Samsung Galaxy S4.
As Samsung has yet to offer any formal indication as to when, or indeed if, it plans to launch a new Note device, these leaks should not be taken as gospel, however likely they are.
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