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Everything you could possibly want to know about the Galaxy Note 4

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 8:51PM EST
Galaxy Note 4 Specs

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 was the most hotly anticipated phablet of the year until Apple came along last week and unveiled its first entry into the supersized smartphone market. Now, the iPhone 6 Plus has stolen the limelight and since it launches this Friday, it might even steal some sales away from Samsung’s next-generation phablet as well; according to Samsung, the Galaxy Note 4 won’t launch until sometime next month.

The upcoming new Galaxy Note 4 might not be generating quite as much buzz as Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus anymore, but there’s no question that it’s still one of the few phones worth getting excited about this holiday season. For those of you still interested in the device, Samsung has released a new graphic that will tell you everything you need to know about its next-generation flagship phablet.

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In a recent post on its official blog, Samsung shared a great infographic that it put together for its upcoming new smartphone, the Galaxy Note 4. In one sleek image, Samsung has packed in information about all of the new Note 4’s key features as well as all of the phone’s most important specs, including the 2.7GHz quad-core or 1.9GHz octa-core processor, the 3GB of RAM, the fingerprint scanner and the 5.7-inch quad HD display.

Want to know all there is to know about the new Galaxy Note 4? Samsung’s full infographic is embedded below.

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