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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 may feature aluminium body, flexible display in premium model

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If reports of a Korean Media Source, ET News are to be believed, Samsung may launch the Note 4 in two versions. A basic version and a premium one. And, the premium version may feature bent display.

After a troubled S5 run, Samsung is using all its might in delivering the next big phone. And if reports are to be taken true, Samsung is packing a whole lot of aluminium, manganese and stainless steel into the premium version of its next Note device.


The device may also feature a flexible display, which has already been in rumours for quite some time now.

Samsung had earlier featured a curved display on Galaxy Round too, and as per reports from TechRadar UK, Samsung has increased its capacity of round displays by 50% thus further consolidating the rumours about a possible flexible display in Note 4.

Also, Note 4 may finally come with Optical Image Stabilisation and a better, 16 mega pixels camera. By the specifications, this camera may be able to click pretty decent pictures, and with OIS present, with clinical precision.


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