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Samsung teases improved handwriting recognition for Galaxy Note 4

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is set to be unveiled next month, and now it has been suggested that the phone will benefit from improved handwriting recognition features.

Building the hype around its fourth-generation phablet offering, Samsung has release a new Galaxy Note 4 teaser video focussing on the phone’s S Pen incorporating handwriting skills.

“Handwriting is being forgotten, so Samsung Galaxy Note introduced the S Pen to remind us how much handwriting means to us,” the teaser video states.

Pre-empting the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 arrival the video adds: “After all, the things we love the most should never go away. Innovation for today and tomorrow, September 3rd, ready to Note?”

Although the exact nature of the Note 4’s improved handwriting skills are unclear, with Samsung to announce the handset ahead of IFA 2014 on September 3.

Stylus loving features aside, the Note 4 looks set to be something of a smartphone powerhouse. With the 5.7-inch handset tipped to adopt a new QHD panel, the phone is expected to pair a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor with a whopping 4GB of RAM and a 16-megapixel rear-mounted camera.

The latest Galaxy Note 4 teaser video can be seen below.

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