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    Default Galaxy Note 4 Rumors and Expectations

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    Very nice find! This is just a list of possible discrepancies I have with the list, but nothing is final until it's final!

    1. It appears that some LTE bands are missing
    2. Samsung will probably never have a 16GB - let's be real here, the Note line is Samsung's real flagship line for top specs - internal storage option in a Galaxy Note phone again.
    3. Most likely will have KitKat 4.4.4.
    4. The IR blaster isn't listed (sorry, this is a nit-pick thing).

    There's a few other things but they're small. obviously we don't know the physical design yet. Thank you for the find.
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    It looks like hack honestly.

    Aside from the above, "full phone specifications" that don't list the basic dimensions or weight?

    Also missing :
    -fingerprint scanner
    -ip67
    -it shows cat 4,but could be cat 6
    -no mention of usb otg capability (shows on the s5)
    -no mention of heart rate sensor
    -no mention of wireless charging
    -camera shows as 16/2,but according to GSMArena's latest article, it indicates 12/3.7


    http://m.gsmarena.com/rumor_samsung_...-news-8874.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicell View Post
    Very nice find! This is just a list of possible discrepancies I have with the list, but nothing is final until it's final!

    1. It appears that some LTE bands are missing
    2. Samsung will probably never have a 16GB - let's be real here, the Note line is Samsung's real flagship line for top specs - internal storage option in a Galaxy Note phone again.
    3. Most likely will have KitKat 4.4.4.
    4. The IR blaster isn't listed (sorry, this is a nit-pick thing).

    There's a few other things but they're small. obviously we don't know the physical design yet. Thank you for the find.

    Actually Depending on Release of the Product and Android L I would think they put it on Android L ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpham00 View Post
    It looks like hack honestly.

    Aside from the above, "full phone specifications" that don't list the basic dimensions or weight?

    Also missing :
    -fingerprint scanner
    -ip67
    -it shows cat 4,but could be cat 6
    -no mention of usb otg capability (shows on the s5)
    -no mention of heart rate sensor
    -no mention of wireless charging
    -camera shows as 16/2,but according to GSMArena's latest article, it indicates 12/3.7


    Samsung Galaxy Note 4 tipped to have 12 MP OIS camera - GSMArena.com news

    Sent from my Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 3
    Well the latest rumor is for a UV monitor instead of the heart rate monitor
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    The internal storage to me is odd. They've always made the Note minimum 32 GB so I don't see them degrading to a 16 GB one.

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    I wouldn't expect a HRM on the Note 4, it was more of a Galaxy S feature. The Note is more about business and well the Notes features. Fingerprint, waterproof features are given, better camera, processor, screen etc.
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    I can't wait for this thing. September feels so far off.
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    Just a month to go for the announcement, but it feels so far away because when Verizon was the first to announce the Note 3 last year they were as always the last to release it with a November launch. I would really like to see a quick release especially if Samsung really wants to get some sale in ahead ot the next iphone.
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    Default Expected price of the Galaxy Note 4?

    I'm ordering the Galaxy Note 4 as soon as the pre-order goes up on T-mobile. I'm buying the phone up front cash and then taking it to my carrier, MetroPCS, same thing I did with the Galaxy S4. I've seen that with each newer version of a Samsung S or Samsung Note, the phone has gone up about $30 in price.

    Since the Note 3 was sold at T-mobile for $700, is it safe to assume that the Note 4 will be sold for $730 or may it be slightly lower or higher? Just to get a good idea of what to expect as there will be $50 in taxes, the Class 10 64GB SD card I want to buy and possibly two covers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bishop_99 View Post
    I'm ordering the Galaxy Note 4 as soon as the pre-order goes up on T-mobile. I'm buying the phone up front cash and then taking it to my carrier, MetroPCS, same thing I did with the Galaxy S4. I've seen that with each newer version of a Samsung S or Samsung Note, the phone has gone up about $30 in price.
    I expect the same for the Note 4.

    Since the Note 3 was sold at T-mobile for $700, is it safe to assume that the Note 4 will be sold for $730 or may it be slightly lower or higher? Just to get a good idea of what to expect as there will be $50 in taxes, the Class 10 64GB SD card I want to buy and possibly two covers.
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    I've not tracked the pricing trend for the Galaxy Note releases, but if that's true, I'd expect that to hold or atleast be a fairly good estimate. I'm on ATT, and for a while the Note 3 was $725 so I'd expect $725-750ish without a subsidy.
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    I would say the current price the GN3 is going for would be the same for the GN4. Samsung has to deal with LG's pricing and they already put a comparable phone on the market (G3) with similar specs other than the S801 vs S805 they both have/will have QHD displays, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage, microSD so really Samsung can't afford to raise its prices.

    I will be happy to get the Note 4 and dump my current phone.
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    I'd say 700.

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    That's true as well. Unlike last year, Samsung is getting far more competition from a ton of other phone manufactures this time around. The sales of the GS5 wasn't what they were expecting and LG has released a similarly sized phone at a much cheaper price. Samsung will have to think about the pricing this time around for those people on the fence. The Note series will grow, but a better price will help establish that.

    I'm set on the Note 4 though. Current GS4 user here, can't wait to have a larger screen, QHD display, more accurate colors, S805, and 4K recording option. The G3, while having a QHD display, really didn't impress me as much and no way was I going for a 1440p display with a S801. The QHD GS5 seems to be as bright and color accurate as the FHD GS5, so I expect the same from the Note 4.

    I paid $620 for my GS4, might keep it or pass it on to a family member. Not sure if I can say good bye to it so soon lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Almeuit View Post
    The internal storage to me is odd. They've always made the Note minimum 32 GB so I don't see them degrading to a 16 GB one.

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    Agree, anything less than 32GB would be a no go for me. I had the Galaxy S3 with 32GB internal and 64GB external, then moved to the Note 2 when it became available. On Verizon that was a "downgrade" for internal storage to 16GB.

    Unless Samsung and Verizon (in my case), don't find a way to reduce bloat, then I'd be somewhat concerned that 32GB will translate into less than 20GB user addressable space.
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    It's not just the bloatware they put on the phone, its the bloated OS that goes on it as well. Android itself isn't bloated but Android with Touchwiz way to bloated. If they can keep it in the 23-24GB range of usable space then I am okay initially I do manage my memory well but I still will NOT buy a 16GB android phone regardless of external storage. What will suck is Verizon will be dead last again which means November is likely our date.
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    Samsung Galaxy Note 4: What we're expecting | Android Central

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    I just hope that YOUM is not available in only select countries.

    Anyone know a good read on using a Korean phone in the US? I may need to read up on that...
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    Bishop_99:

    Just curious, why do want to pay up front and take it to Metro PCS? What's different about them as compared to Verizon, ATT,... I've always bought my phone with a 2-year contract. My Note 2's contract will be up in Nov, looking forward to the Note 4.

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    Well, MetroPCS runs on T-mobile networks so I have great coverage and LTE speeds.

    On top of that, I prefer to pay for my phone upfront and feel like I own it, not be under a contract. This way, I can buy the Note 4 cash and I don't have to turn in my Galaxy S4, or wait until my contract is up in order to upgrade. I can then give the S4 to a family member, sell it or keep it if I want to. I just feel like I have more freedom this way. I kinda like paying for my tech up front instead of having it under contract. But that's just me.

    Also, the montly plan on MetroPCS is great. I pay $45 a month, taxes included, for unlimited talk, text, and 2.5GB monthly data. I rarely reach 2GB a month on 4G LTE. But if I ever felt the need to upgrade, the unlimited data plan with unlimited talk and text would only cost me $55 a month. I just can't find a better deal than that. Not even T-mobile. But on MetroPCS, I benefit from T-Mobile's network and the option of buying the phone on T-Mobile and installing my MetroPCS sim card in.

    I get download speeds between 30-55 Mbps and with the price of the monthly plan, MetroPCS is the best option for me. Sure, not everyone likes paying up front for a new phone, but it's nice to just own it without only being able to upgrade when they say I should.
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    I'm on AT&T so I'll just use that as my example. The S5 is priced at $649.99 off contract. And the Note 3 for the longest time was at $724. I for one would love the price to come down on the phone and while I think it does create more pressure for Samsung, especially in light of how the G3 has been received, I don't think it's enough to make a considerable dent in the off contract price of the phone.
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    I suspect the price point will be the same as the Note 3. They got the savings on the S805 processor and given their buying power they would still be making a huge profit.
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    question: Expected price of the Galaxy Note 4?

    answer: too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PFKMan23 View Post
    I'm on AT&T so I'll just use that as my example. The S5 is priced at $649.99 off contract. And the Note 3 for the longest time was at $724. I for one would love the price to come down on the phone and while I think it does create more pressure for Samsung, especially in light of how the G3 has been received, I don't think it's enough to make a considerable dent in the off contract price of the phone.
    The G3 has the 801 processor,hence, it will not compete with the Note 4. LG is fuming that they did not get the discount, They probably feel the Note 4 will have an unfair advantage.
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