Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Gets a US Release Date, Preorders Start Tomorrow
Samsung’s flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 4, finally has a release date for the US. The Note 4 will launch October 17th on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. Pre-orders links are already available and should go live starting tomorrow, September 19th. The most prominent spec on Samsung’s Note 4 is it’s 5.7″ 1440 x 2560 Super AMOLED screen, which packs in 515 pixels-per-inch. In addition to the higher resolution screen, Samsung has increased the resolution of it’s rear and front-facing cameras. The rear camera is 16 MP and shoots video in 4K at 30 fps. The front-facing camera has finally been upgraded and is now 3.7 MP and captures video in 1080 at 30fps.
They didn’t slouch on the battery and power system. Samsung has expanded on the power saving functions introduced with the Galaxy S5 and added a new battery charging system. According to Samsung, the Note 4 can be fully charged in under 100 minutes and provide more than a full-days use. If you’re in a rush and forgot to charge your phone, you can plug it in for 30 minutes for a 50% charge. If you’re battery gets down to 10%, throw it into their power saving mode and get up to 24 hours of life.