The price drop of two of Samsung's handsets could also be a sign of a nearing launch of another device in the market.
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According to PC Advisor, Samsung has previously released versions of the Galaxy Note phablets in and around September and it will be note different for the Galaxy Note 4.
Some insiders mentioned that the device will finally be unveiled during the pre-IFA Samsung Unpacked event happening on September 3.
In an interview with Reuters last April, senior vice president of Samsung's product strategy team, Yoon Han-kil said that they are planning to introduce a new version of Galaxy Note with a "new form factor" in the second half of the year.
It was during Samsung's Analyst Day in November of 2013 when they announced of major things to come, including 2560×1440 resolution displays with 560 pixels per inch at 5.2 inches in 2014, Ultra HD 3840×2160 smartphone displays in 2015, and possibly foldable displays in 2016.
A 4K smartphone would feature a 3840×2160 UHD display with 880 pixels per inch on a 5.2-inch phone – it's like having the resolution of a 27-inch monitor and passing the limits of human acuity.
Meanwhile, QHD has become the gold standard of display in today's smartphone battlefield.
The latest Samsung phablet in the market today is Galaxy Note 3, which is deemed to be one of the most successful handsets in the larger-screen devices category.
It sports a 5.7-inch full HD Super AMOLED display, 1920 x 1080 resolution, 13MP BSI Sensor autofocus rear camera with Smart Stabilization, 2MP front camera, 3GB RAM and 32/64 GB memory with micro SD slot of up to 64GB.