Are things looking good for a late November arrival for Android 5.0 on the Note 4? It would seem Samsung is hinting that might be the case.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 phablet can be picked up on contract from £43.50 per month for a 24-month deal and the retailer is the only one to offer it in gold.
It’s the war of the phablets, and it looks like Apple will win this round, on top of the fact that its recent financial numbers were better than Samsung’s.
Phones4u has exclusivity on the gold-cased device in the UK for eight weeks after its release and the retailer has yet to reveal the exact release date for the new smartphone.
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The next Note phablet will be revealed at almost exactly the same time it was last year, with the screen size expected to stay the same, but the resolution upped.
Launch event invites will go out mid-August, for a pre-IFA launch – just as was the case with the Galaxy Note 3 last year.