After almost a month of its unveiling, Samsung today announced the Galaxy Note4 for Indian market. The smartphone, priced at ₹ 58,300 will be competing with Apple’s iPhone 6 along with HTC’s & LG’s flaships.

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The Galaxy Note 4 is now Samsung’s premium flagship in Indian market, taking the baton from Galxy S5. Galaxy S5 was a major failure for Samsung in Indian markets, though it did manage to sell in impressive numbers, in European and American markets.

As for the specifications, the Galaxy Note 4 features a 5.7 inch Qyad HD display, which is almost double of what Samsung offered on Note 3 ( a full HD display). Despite this, Samsung claims that the latest phablet will provide 7.5% more battery life, largely due to an optimised software experience.It houses a massive 3,220mAh battery. Battery features “fast-charging” technology, which, as per Samsung’s claims, charges the Note 4 from 0 to 50% in just 30 minutes.

Galaxy Note 4’s Indian version has an octa-core processor (1.9GHz quad-core + 1.3GHz quad-core). The phablet comes with 3GB RAM and the only storage option now is 32GB, Memory can be expanded to 64 GB via Micro SD card slot.

The smartphone features a powerful 16 MP rear camera, with the introduction of Optical Image Stabilisation. It also features a 3.7 MP front camera for your beloved selfies.

Along with Note 4, Samsung also launched its Gear S smartwatch. The watch is priced at ₹28,900 which makes it the most expensive in the country. Also, it comes with 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, something, which is currently not available in any of the other smartwatches in the market.

No official word is out on as to when will Samsung launch its curved screen, Galaxy Note Edge in India, but expect it to come before this year’s end. Stay Tuned for our full review of the Galaxy Note 4.