Even though Samsung is yet to announce the Galaxy Note 4, the gossip mongers have started to speculate the rumored hardware specification of the next-gen Note device much ahead of global debut.
If the latest reports are to be believed, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will feature a curved display. The sequel to the Galaxy Note 3 is tipped to come in two variants: one with a regular flat display, and the other sporting a curved display.
According to a report by Korean Times, Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 4 device in two variants at the IFA tech show this year, scheduled for September 5-10, 2014, in Berlin. The report, however, does not give any concrete details about the phone's specs and hardware.
And of course, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will not be the company's first handset to have a curved display. Last year, Samsung introduced the world's first curved display handset, the Galaxy Round. However, the curved phone was short lived in Samsung's native South Korean.
Earlier in the year, Samsung VP of mobile Lee Younghee confirmed that Samsung Galaxy Note 4 might come with a bendable display. Since the Galaxy S5 has been announced with a standard flat display, Galaxy Note 4, the flagship for the second-half of 2014, will likely to feature a bendable display.
Korean media first reported that a forthcoming Galaxy device will come with a "bent" screen, then a patent application revealed a device with a display that curves around the side of a Note-type device.
Some time back, Yoon Han-kil, senior vice president of Samsung's product strategy team, told Reuters that the firm is planning to launch a new Galaxy Note handset with a "new form factor" in the second half of the year.
Samsung's forthcoming Galaxy Note 4 handset will likely to give tough competition to Apple's iPhone 6 and LG G3. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!