Galaxy Note 4 Concept Compares Rumors to Galaxy Note 3

A new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 concept takes Galaxy Note 4 rumors into account and shows them off next to the current Galaxy Note, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

In September, Samsung took the stage shortly before IFA 2013 and announced the device that had dominated the rumor mill in the weeks leading up to its September 4th unveil. The device was the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, a powerful successor to the Galaxy Note 2, and a device that joined the Samsung Galaxy S4 on shelves in a two-pronged attack against the iPhone 5s, HTC One, and others.

Earlier this year, the Galaxy Note 3 was joined by the Galaxy S5, the Galaxy S4′s successor, and rumors suggest that later on this year, the Galaxy Note 3 itself will replaced by something new. Rumors point to the arrival of a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, a device that is rumored for the fall and a device that will supposedly come with a number of high-powered features, just like the Galaxy Note’s before it.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 rumors have been rampant in recent weeks and they have teased everything from its software to its display size to its design. And while we have seen a number of potential details emerge, the Galaxy Note 4 itself remains firmly in the shadows ahead of its rumored launch in September.

Samsung is well known for keeping its designs under lock and key ahead of launch which means that the actual Galaxy Note 4 may not leak ahead of its Unpacked event. And that means that consumers are going to be reliant on leaks, and realistic concepts, to paint a picture for them ahead of its arrival.

A new Galaxy Note 4 concept from Ivo Maric ropes in real Galaxy Note 4 rumors.

A new Galaxy Note 4 concept from Ivo Maric ropes in real Galaxy Note 4 rumors.

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A new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 concept from Ivo Maric, courtesy of Concept-Phones, borrows from the Galaxy Note 4 rumor mill and shows them off next to an image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Maric’s Galaxy Note 4 concept utilizes a 5.7-inch display, same as the Galaxy Note 3, and a feature that has been rumored for this year’s Galaxy Note model.

It also comes with a bent, flexible display, something that the Galaxy Note 3 does not come with. Galaxy Note 4 rumors, and Samsung officials, continue to hint at a possible three-sided display for the Galaxy Note 4 though Samsung does note that the screen is not final and it could be scrapped from the final version.

Galaxy Note 4 concept vs. Galaxy Note 3.

Galaxy Note 4 concept vs. Galaxy Note 3.

The concept comes with a QHD display, resolution that is rumored to be on board the Galaxy Note 4, and it comes with a physical home button, a home button that is expected to feature a fingerprint sensor just like the Galaxy S5.

His Galaxy Note 4 concept is both narrower and shorter than the Galaxy Note 3 and it measures just 8.3 mm thin. That’s just a tad thicker than the Galaxy S5. The thickness likely is a result of the overall design which, like the Galaxy S5′s, appears to be water and dust resistant. Maric also attached a similar plastic matte material to the back of the concept though the Galaxy Note 4 seen here features a metal band around the sides.

On the back of the Galaxy Note 4 concept is the holster for the S Pen stylus that is a hallmark of Samsung’s Galaxy Note series and a feature that will likely arrive on this year’s version of the Galaxy Note.

This Galaxy Note 4 concept features a design comprised of plastic and metal.

This Galaxy Note 4 concept features a design comprised of plastic and metal.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is currently one of the hottest devices in the rumor mill but that doesn’t mean that a launch is imminent. Rumors point to an arrival this fall, around the same time as the iPhone 6. Rumors suggest that Samsung could unveil the Galaxy Note 4 on September 3rd, ahead of IFA 2014, though that remains unconfirmed.

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As we head deeper into the year, we expect to learn more about the Galaxy Note 4 and how it compares to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. For now though, this Galaxy Note 4 concept comparison is as good as its going to get.

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