With the ongoing farce surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S5 Premium… no, wait; the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime… no, wait; the Samsung Galaxy F, you’ll forgive us for taking this story with a bucket of salt.
Word from out east suggests the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be accompanied by a Premium variant. Oh for fff…
Supposedly, a Premium version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will launch with a selection of – as the name suggests – premium technologies.
One of those is a stainless steel, aluminium or magnesium case, which presumably means the bog standard Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be plastic.
We’re also told to expect a 16MP rear camera with optical image stabilisation (OIS), and a flexible display – which almost certainly refers to durability rather than being balls-out bendy.
Samsung has reportedly upped its flexible display capacity by 50% in preparation, which presumably means it’ll churn out 15 Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Premiums compared to 10 Galaxy Rounds. BURN.
Sound good? Well, seemingly the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Premium will be a South Korean exclusive, which is fast becoming a trend – and one we’re not overly fond of. Bah.