Galaxy Note 4 Images LEAK: Check Out The Back Design!

The Galaxy Note 3 was aimed for higher end mobile users who looked to increase their productivity using a smartphone, and the Galaxy Note 4 should look to do the same. Courtesy of these new leaked photos, we now have some idea of what Samsung’s upcoming smartphone should be looking like, and mind you, it may not appeal to all.


Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 4 this September 3rd at IFA 2014, and to start selling it stores almost immediately.

With a few weeks till release, we’ve started seeing some leaked photos of what the handset may look like. The images show a new leather-like texture on the back, featuring the previous Note 3’s fake stitching. The front and side of the rumoured Note 4 look similar to prior models.


Another image shows the rumoured retail box of the Note 4, courtesy of PhoneArena. The box looks different than the previous “recycled” look of the Note 3 and Galaxy S5 boxes.

The box has more of a “metallic” look somehow, which could be suggestive of new materials used in the construction of the smartphone.


On the device display, the box has a September 15th date, which could be the date the device releases in stores worldwide.

On the specifications side, the Galaxy Note 4 is expected to feature a 5.7 inch AMOLED display, sporting a 2560 x 1440 resolution. The phablet will obviously include the famous S Pen the Note series have become famous for, maybe alongside a faster processor.

We should at least expect a similarly stunning camera if not a better one. The Note 3 had a 16 megapixel rear camera, which we’re also expecting on the Note 4.

Samsung is expecting for a better product launch than the Galaxy S5 with the Note 3. The S5 had disappointing sales, as consumers were disappointed with the plastic back compared to the metal likes offered by HTC and Apple.

The Galaxy Note 3 was criticized a lot for its fake leather back, and if these images are anything to go by, the Note 4 will also sport a similar look. Let’s see how the public reacts to that.

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