Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launched in Germany priced 699 euros
Barely a week after the announcement of the phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has gone on sale and Europe, precisely Germany, has been then the first market where you can buy the latest generation Note.
Priced €699, the Galaxy Note 4 has become the most expensive Samsung smartphone out there, save for the curved, flopped Samsung Galaxy Round that was priced a whopping $1000 (€773) last year. The Note 4 is already available in the stores of a well-known at Berlin retailer, KaDeWe.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4, just like it’s ancestors, possesses a magic wand called the S Pen. The phablet features a 5.7″ Quad HD display, 3GB of RAM, a quad-core CPU, 16MP advanced OIS camera and a 3,220 mAh battery.
The official intro video of the device is here.
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