Samsung to debut Note 4 at IFA with two different displays


IFA is quickly approaching and manufacturers all over the world are preparing to unveil their latest and greatest products — so it’s only fitting that a report published by a South Korean publication emerged earlier today disclosing that Samsung is reportedly planning to debut its next super-sized smartphone at the event.

According to an anonymous executive of a Samsung partner in Korea, the company will finally showcase the much-anticipated Galaxy Note 4, which is expected to come in two versions: one with a curved OLED display for niche markets, and the other a flat OLED display for mass marketing.

Both devices are expected to sport super-sharp 2K resolution and be bundled with the latest Snapdragon 805 chipset, coupled with 3GB of RAM and an Adreno 330 GPU.

The source also revealed that Samsung is planning to introduce its first piece of headwear, dubbed Gear Glass, which will reportedly sync directly to your Galaxy Device and work in a similar way to the current Gear range of devices — allowing you to place calls, view text messages, take action on notifications, change the current song playing, browse the web, glance at your agenda, and dictate notes and messages.

As with all leaks and rumors, we have to take these alleged products with a pinch of salt until Samsung provides us with some solid evidence with regards to what it has in store for its next flagship smartphone and companion wearable — but thankfully we only have to wait another three weeks to find out.