Samsung Galaxy Note 4 promised new design as Tizen approaches


The rumour mill is beginning to shift into a higher gear as we closer to a release for the next Note phablet smartphone from Samsung. The company itself has now promised that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will get a new look as a Tizen smartphone approaches.

Yoon Han-ki, senior vice president of Samsung’s product strategy team has been talking to Reuters about the expected sales of the Galaxy S5 compared to its predecessor, and also promised that the Galaxy Note 4 will have a “new form factor” without elaborating any further on the device.

This comes after Samsung’s J.K. Shin hinted last month that the Galaxy Note 4 will have a premium build, while only yesterday we heard some more rumoured specs and features for the handset.

The long awaited Samsung Tizen phones are pegged to be released at some point during the second quarter of this year according to Han-ki, and the delay was put down to “poor market conditions”. Two devices are promised with a high-end and a midrange handset set to be released.

Is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 a handset you will be waiting for this year?


One thought on “Samsung Galaxy Note 4 promised new design as Tizen approaches”

  1. Frettfreak says:

    Is this article trying to say that the note 4 will have tizen? You mention the 2 like they are connected but it never really clarifies

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