Galaxy Note 4 teaser videos go live as launch nears

Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 event is just over a week away and the company has started posting teaser videos to its official YouTube channel.

The next iteration in the hugely successful Galaxy Note series is expected to be launched during the IFA 2014 trade fair, as Samsung has already sent out press invites for its UNPACKED event and has now posted new videos with the "Ready to Note?" tagline.

In its teaser videos, Samsung has put focus on the improved functionality of the S-Pen which is one of the salient features of the Galaxy Note devices. In the latest version, it seems that the handwriting recognition tech has been improved with better precision for on-the-go writing and creating content that is otherwise cumbersome on a smartphone.

Both videos showcase the creativity, that can be achieved on the Note phablet, but the device is also rumoured to be a performance powerhouse with a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and featuring the latest Exynos 5430 or Snapdragon 805 processors. The primary camera on the device is also set to be bumped up to a 16-megapixel module while the front facing camera will be a 3-megapixel one.

Although the Note 4 has leaked previously, things will become clearer on September 3rd, when Samsung officially launches the device.

Source: IBTimes | Videos via Samsung Mobile

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I know it's the most premium device but IMHO the Note series is still priced way too high. It's not exactly as large as a tablet to warrant those prices, it's a phablet.

I plan on getting this phone, barring any negative surprises, and while the handwriting feature is nice, I hope the voice control and feature set is improved. How nice would it be to just take a picture and say "Send this to such and such" instead of all the taps. Also there's NO way I'm letting a toddler screw around with my new $800 phone!

Geoffrey B. said,
Off topic, should the videos be as wide as the text here?

That actually looks good. Unlike this website http://cinemassacre.com/ were the featured video is left justified and not centered.

I bet that video not being centered drives people with OCD nuts.