And in my opinion, it does look good.
GSMArena has gotten hold of some leaked images on what seems to be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4. You may notice only a subtle difference in design, but it definitely looks better than its predecessors.
I’m still hoping for an all-metal design, though Samsung is looking to debut that design with the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. Not to say that plastic is bad, but considering almost all of Samsung’s premium and low-end devices are plastic, I think it’s time for a change.
If these leaked images are proved to be genuine, then the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will definitely be thinner than the Galaxy Note 3. The metal chrome trim is still present, which the S-Pen neatly hidden from view.
No details are yet available for the new phablet, but rumors point to an even bigger 5.7-inch screen but will now come with a QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) screen resolution, just like the one found on the LG G3. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to make a debut at IFA this September 3rd.