It is the time for Samsung to go in the open air with Apple. It has announced the release dates for its new launches, including the new Galaxy Note 4, Edge, Gear S and Gear VR, initially they will be available in Australia in late October while the Note 4 will take much longer probably in early November.
Samsung unveiled its new product range at IFA Berlin, earlier this month. Its Note 4 is set to be available in Australia from October 29, with a pre-sale from October 15, at $949. The launch came in the wake of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus overwhelming sale, therefor the launch dates were expected sooner in this month.
The galaxy not 4 is a huge pack for the phablet fan , with its massive 5.7-inch screen, stylus pen, split-screen applications and fast-charge battery is all that will strengthen its position while competing Apple’s larger player, the iPhone 6 Plus. Although a pin is available but it don’t maters the phone is still best with the fingerprints.
The Galaxy Note Edge is basically featured with curved edge, which allows alerts to be displayed while not interrupting the main app running. It provides quick access to apps and the functionality most needed.
Samsung’s wearable is also included in the package, while Apples Watch is expected in coming year; Samsung will be on the ground with its hi-tech watch, the Samsung Gear S in November, available in Australia for $A499. Its 2-inch screen lets you access the text messages, emails, calendar and music. It also has built in health applications as well as GPS.
The package also includes the new Samsung earphones, Gear Circle. It magnetically locks around your neck and gives you a vibrating shock when someone calls. These will also be available in Australia at a price of $179.
The Samsung Gear VR, which works with the Note 4, let you play games on your phone in virtual reality mode it will also be available in November at $A249.