The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 definitely comes from South Korea but the phablet has yet to roll out in country. In a special event entitled ‘Galaxy Note 4 World Tour: Seoul’, Samsung recently announced that the device will be available starting September 26. We already know the phablet will arrive in the US on October 17 and 140 countries by end of October but of course, the Koreans will get their hands on the Galaxy Note 4 first. They only have to wait for a few days.

The fourth-gen Galaxy Note comes with a new Samsung S Pen that boasts of an impressive technology. It’s more refined and looks more classy in a premium metal design. It can be used as a Fountain Pen or Calligraphy Pen as one of the new features. Because of this, handwriting is more natural than ever. And to make it more responsive, Samsung also enhanced the pressure sensitivity on the Galaxy Note 4 to twice as much—up to 2,048 pressure registration points. This means the screen will be more sensitive to any speed, tilt, or direction of the stylus for a better mobile experience.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has many new features. It now comes with a Smart Select features that allows copy-and-paste and save-and-share of selected content from any active app. There’s the Photo Note feature that can analyze a memo, a document, or a whiteboard from the phone’s photo gallery, and allows user to edit them for future use.

The Galaxy Note 4 is Samsung’s latest phablet that boasts of a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen. This special screen comes with low reflectiveness and high brightness for a non-glare viewing evening under the bright sun.

SOURCE: Samsung Tomorrow