Samsung will be bringing the Galaxy Note 4 to the UK on October 10. This comes after a week of Samsung advertising on the iPhone 6 Plus, mocking the larger smartphone from Apple, as extra hype for the Galaxy Note 4.
We are sure the mockery won’t stop, Samsung knows millions of people will be picking up the iPhone 6 Plus, might as well get their attention by almost marketing their rivals product for them.
This is the odd way to market your own device and has been hit with some criticism, with many tech enthusiasts claiming Samsung has simply put more focus on the iPhone 6 Plus, without explaining the many benefits of the Galaxy Note 4.
Either way, the Galaxy Note line has a good following, not as dense as the Galaxy S, but more religious in their devotion to the Galaxy Note, and Samsung’s ability to create incredible phablets.
Pre-orders will be available from tomorrow, with the official launch on October 10. This does pit it a few weeks behind the iPhone 6 Plus and we have seen customers moving from Android to iPhone, due to the size changes.
The Galaxy Note 4 will come with some big improvements, the 2K display, quad-core or octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of memory with 128GB for expandable storage and a 3220mAh battery.
Samsung will be bringing over the heart-rate monitor and fingerprint sensor, both from the Galaxy S5. The heart-rate monitor was generally seen as a decent new feature, but the fingerprint sensor has not been too favorable.