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Samsung just released another new teaser video for the Galaxy Note 4

Updated Aug 31st, 2014 4:49AM EDT
Galaxy Note 4 Launch Video Teaser

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Samsung can’t wait to unveil the Galaxy Note 4, one of the most anticipated handsets of the second half of the year. The company has proven its eagerness with the numerous Galaxy Note 4 video teasers the company posted on YouTube in the last few days. After highlighting S-Pen features in a few videos, a unique selling point for the Galaxy Note phablet family, and telling various stories of happy Galaxy Note users, Samsung has released one more Galaxy Note 4 teaser with a few days to go until its official announcement.

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In the short 1-minute video, Samsung is building up anticipation for the Galaxy Note 4, although it doesn’t really reveal anything about the smartphone that’s about to be launched.

What Samsung does is to remind fans they can “expect Note,” on September 3rd, which is when Samsung’s IFA 2014 Unpacked event is scheduled to take place, while still focusing on the regular buzz words you should be used to seeing in such Samsung ads. With the Galaxy Note you can “write,” “create” and “share” things, the ad seems to indicate, on a big-screen smartphone that you’ll end up loving.

Interestingly, the Galaxy Note 4 will be the first Samsung device that’ll actually get a similarly sized iPhone rival, which could explain the increased hype around the upcoming flagship.

The new Samsung video follows below.

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