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Make your phone look like the Galaxy Note 4 right now (sort of)

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 8:50PM EST
Galaxy Note 4 Photos

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In case you missed the months of rumors and the handful of teaser videos posted earlier this week, Samsung is finally going to unveil its brand new Galaxy Note 4 next week during a big press conference ahead of the annual IFA trade show. The Galaxy S5, Samsung’s flagship for the first half of the year, was a bit of a dud and it left Android fans wanting more. If the rumors leading up to next week’s big reveal are any indication, Samsung is about to deliver.

But you don’t have to wait for the new king of phablets to launch to make your current handset (sort of) look like the upcoming Galaxy Note 4.

FROM EARLIER: Samsung shows off Galaxy Note 4’s not-so-secret weapon in new teaser video

Samsung news blog SamMobile managed to get its hands on the new Galaxy Note 4’s wallpaper in all of its quad HD glory. The display on the Note 4 is expected to be a huge 2,560 x 1,440-pixel screen, and the phone obviously needs some 2K wallpapers in order to fill all that space.

According to SamMobile, this will be the default wallpaper on the Galaxy Note 4:

The full 2,560 x 2,560-pixel version of the Galaxy Note 4 wallpaper seen above can be downloaded by following the link down in our source section.

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