Samsung has announced the eagerly anticipated Galaxy Note IV in India. The device is the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note III and is the first device from the Note series to bring a metal chassis on board, Samsung have called the device the most beautiful of the Note devices while announcing it globally at IFA earlier in the year.
The device will cost Rs 58,300 when it hits the market just ahead of Diwali, in the same time frame that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are going to be making their way. The price definitely seems extremely steep to start off with and it is expected, given how things have been in the past that this would come down to about Rs 50,000 mark in the coming months. It would also be interesting if Samsung brings some sort of exchange or return schemes with the device to push the sales.
In terms of specifications alone, the device features a 5.7 inch display with Quad HD display, joining the likes of LG G3, Mi4 and Oppo Find 7. The Indian version of the Note 4 will be powered by an Exynos 5433 Octa Core Chipset and has 3 GB of RAM> You have 32 GB on board storage with memory expansion slot too. The rear camera is 16 MP with a 3.7 MP front facing camera. You have heart rate sensor and finger print sensor on the device too. The battery on the Note 4 is 3220 mAh. The device, just like every other note device, brings the S-pen or the stylus with it, though there is no information on the Mount Blanc collection or the Galaxy Note Edge for India.