It’s already practically a given that Samsung’s all set to launch the next version of its popular Galaxy Note phablet on September 3 – seemingly just a couple of days before the launch of Apple’s new iPhones. But the Korean firm still seems to want to get the message across – perhaps for the benefit of those who might not have gotten the memo: they’ve seen fit to underscore the upcoming event by crafting a video teaser that reveals the launch of the Galaxy Note 4 on said date. Scroll down to find out more about this ad!
It’s all about the S-Pen
The new ad focuses on the S-Pen, which it touts as the most significant device invented “since, well, the pen”. It’s a tool that Samsung says has been designed to be effective throughout a wide range of situations, whether for work or for play.
The video starts out by showing how tools are useful and how they help us get a wide range of things done. Viewers are treated to scenarios depicting just that, including images of children, seemingly at preschool, using scissors and other tools to create art projects, stimulating their creativity; a person in a stormy environment hauling out a compass to help him or her get his or her bearings; a man reading from a book and using a magnifying glass to help him do so; people using an abacus, protractor, rulers and other tools; and so on and so forth.
The ad then shifts to the S-Pen, which is seen being used by a large number of people in an equally expansive range of situations – from messaging to playing games to searching for things on the internet. Particular attention is paid to the Air Command feature, which allows a user to activate certain features via the S-Pen without physically touching the screen.
The ad then concludes with a scribbled invitation – “Ready to note?” – and a date: 9/3/14, which suggests that the launch of the next generation of the Galaxy Note is indeed nearly upon us.
Are you ready?
Well, as our source mentions, the latest bunch of rumors have it that the Galaxy Note 4 is going to come with a range of select features, such as a 5.7 inch Quad HD display and a 16 MP main camera powered by a Sony IMX240 sensor. There’s quite a bit already written and published on the Note 4, so no need to mention it here in too much detail – suffice to say that the tech world awaits the arrival of the Note 4 – and its rival from Apple – with bated breath.
source [Tablet News]