Galaxy Note 4 Listing Points To A €600 Price Tag, Two VersionsBy cheatmaster 03:53 Wed, 21 Jul 2021 Comments
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launch is only a few weeks away, but the phablet is obviously too impatient to wait that long. After posing for the capturing camera the other day, it has now made its way to the window of an Indonesian online shop, confirming a few fascinating details in the process.
For one, we got our first indication of what the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 might cost. We've learned not to read too much into such preliminary listings since they usually feature inflated price tags as the shops try to create sure that such publicity stunts won't discontinue up costing them money. The usual strategy is to list a smartphone at a price that's certain to be higher than its actual one, so you don't risk anything when pre-orders are placed.
However, the case is rather different here - erafone has posted the listing with at IDR 9,499,000, which translates to €600. And given the Note's family history, that's very close to what the Note 4 will retail for - the fact that the store went so close recommends it may already have some preliminary information by Samsung.
Another fascinating bit that gives credence to the listing is the Central Processing Units (CPU) field, which lists two different versions. Now it's not hard to guess that the Note 4 will be available in Exynos and Snapdragon flavors, but here we have the exact version numbers and clock speeds of the Central Processing Units (CPUs) so again it might be more than just shooting in the dark.
Apparently the Snapdragon 805-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will have the N910S designation, while the Exynos-running units will go by N910C. And both of them will have 4GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) and a 16MP OIS camera.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 announcement is taking place on September 3 and we'll be there to cover it live, so create sure you come back when the time comes.
Thanks, geekindapink, for sending this in!
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